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The Maryland Statistical Abstract is published every other 
year by the Maryland Department of Economic & Community Development . 
The 1984-85 edition was supervised by IRENE TASHLICK. ALLAN EDIDIN, 
KAREN LEAF, and PAMELA TAYLOR provided valuable services in collecting 
and organizing data. WENDY STEWARD was responsible for clerical 
operations, and she was assisted by MIRIAM BUTLER and CECELIA CLARK. 

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December 15, 1983 

The Honorable Harry Hughes 
Governor of Maryland 
State House 
Annapolis, Maryland 21404 

Dear Governor Hughes: 

I am pleased to submit to you the 1984-85 edition of the 
Maryland Statistical Abstract . This Department prepares and publishes 
this document as part of its continuing effort to maintain, on as current 
a basis as possible, a comprehensive data base on which sou nd decisions 
can be made to enhance the well-being and quality of life for all Maryland 
residents. 

This publication provides a statistical record of all aspects 
of the State of Maryland. Various local, state, and federal agencies 
cooperated in contributing specific data unique to their operations. We 
have in one reference source the relevant information on residents of 
Maryland, trends and changes in population, incomes and employment in 
the Maryland economy, government receipts and expenditures, agriculture, 
natural resources, politics, and other facets of Maryland living. 

We believe this edition to be the most complete compendium 
of state data yet produced in Maryland. The detailed data from the 1980 
U.S. Census just recently available are included in summary tables. We 
provide statistics on prior years as references for current Maryland 
activity. We also include comparable summary data for other states in 
the introductory section of this publication, again to facilitate comparisons 
of relative change and provide a perspective for Maryland. 

Great care has been taken to ensure the usefulness and accuracy 
of this publication. As with previous editions, this report has benefited 
from suggestions and comments from interested users. We anticipate 
continuation of such support as we commence our research and statistical 
efforts for the next edition of the Maryland Statistical Abstract . 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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POLITICAL SUBDIVISION MAP OF MARYLAND 1 

Table No. 

1 Geographical Regions of Maryland Grouped by Political 
Subdivisions 2 

2 Maryland Highlights 3 

3 STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS: 

Population Estimates, July 1, 1982 6 

Population Projections, 1990 6 

Age 65 and over, Percentage, 1980 Population 6 

Age 15-19, Percentage, 1980 Population 7 

Total Land Area 7 

Population Per Square Mile, 1980 7 

Total Personal Income, 1982 8 

Per Capita Personal Income, 1982 8 

Consumer Spendable Income, 1982 o 8 

Civilian Labor Force, 1982 9 

Unemployment Rates, 1982 9 

Total Nonagricultural Payroll Employment, 1982 9 

Average Weekly Earnings in Manufacturing, 1982 10 

Value Added by Manufactures, 1978 10 

Farm Marketing Receipts, 1982 11 

Active Non-Federal Physicians Per 100,000 Population, 

1980 c 12 

Scientists and Engineers Per 100,000 Population, 1980 .... 12 

Source Notes 13 



Table No. Page 

SELECTED INDICATORS BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 

4a Population and Per Capita Personal Income 15 

4b Civilian Labor Force, Total Employment and Unemployment 

Rate 16 

4c Employment by Major Industrial Sector, Maryland and the 

Baltimore SMSA 17 

4d Employment by Major Industrial Sector, Washington, D.C. 

Suburbs 19 

4e Employment by Major Industrial Sector, Western Maryland ... 20 

4f Employment by Major Industrial Sector, Southern Maryland. . . 21 

4g Employment by Major Industrial Sector, Upper Eastern 

Shore 22 

4h Employment by Major Industrial Sector, Lower Eastern 

Shore 23 

4i Public Sector Revenue and Expenditure Indicators 24 

POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 

5 Maryland Population Growth: 1790-1980 25 

6 Resident Population of the 50 States and the District of 
Columbia, July 1, 1982 and Projection, 1990; Rank by 
Percentage Change 1970-1980 26 

7 Migration to and from Maryland: 1975-1980, By State 27 

8 Population: State of Maryland and Political Subdivisions, 
1982 and 1990 Projections, Rank by Percent of Change: April, 

1, 1970 to April 1, 1980 28 

9 Population Density of Maryland Subdivisions; Ranked by 
Density: April 1, 1980 29 

10 Population of Places in Maryland: 1960 to 1980 30 

11 Persons in Maryland by Nativity and Place of Birth, By 
Political Subdivision: 1980 32 



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12 Population, State of Maryland, by Race and Political 
Subdivision: April 1, 1980 and April 1, 1970 33 

13 Population, State of Maryland, Percent Change by Race: 

April 1, 1970 to April 1, 1980 by Poltitcal Subdivision ... 34 

14 Persons by Detailed Race and by Spanish Origin: 1980 

by Political Subdivision 35 

15 Maryland Population by Sex and Race and Detailed Age 

Group: 1980 36 

16 White Population in Maryland by Age Group: 1980 by 

Political Subdivision 37 

17 Black Population in Maryland by Age Group: 1980 by 
Political Subdivision 38 

18 All Other Races Population in Maryland by Age Group: 

1980 by Political Subdivision 39 

19 Comparative Population Estimate and Vital Statistics Data, 

by Race for Maryland Regions: 1980 40 

20 Marriage by Resident Status and Type of Ceremony, by 
Political Subdivision of Occurrence: 1981 41 

21 Birth and Birth Rates by Race for Maryland and Political 
Subdivisions: 1980 42 

22 Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Legal Grounds for Decree 
and Political Subdivisions of Occurrence: 1981 43 

23 Selected Mortality Data by Race, Maryland and the United 
States: 1977-1980 44 

24 Deaths for Ten Leading Causes, by Sex and Race, Maryland: 

1980 45 

25 Deaths and Death Rates by Race for Maryland and Political 
Subdivisions: 1980 46 

EDUCATION 

26 Years of School Completed: Persons 25 Years and Over by 
Political Subdivision: 1980 47 

27 Number of Public Schools in Maryland, by Political Sub- 
division: September 30, 1982 48 



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28 Enrollment in Public and Nonpublic Schools, All Levels, 
Maryland: Fall 1977, 1981, 1982 49 

29 Number of Pupils Attending Public Schools in Maryland, by 
Political Subdivision: Fall 1977, 1981, 1982 50 

30 Number of Pupils Attending Nonpublic Schools in Maryland, 

by Political Subdivision: Fall 1977, 1981, 1982 51 

31 Enrollment in Maryland Private Schools as a Percentage of 
Total Enrollment in Grades Prekindergarten-12: September 

30, 1977 and 1982 52 

32 Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and 
Principal, Maryland Public Schools, by Political Subdivision: 
1981-1982 School Year 53 

33 Elementary and Secondary Teachers and Principals in Maryland 
Public Schools, by Political Subdivision: 1983 and 1980. . . 54 

34 Cost per Pupil Belonging: Current Expenses, Maryland Public 
Schools, by Political Subdivision: 1981-82 School Year ... 55 

35 Local Salary Schedules for Teachers with Bachelor's Degree 
Maryland Public Schools: 1982-83 56 

36 Holding Power of Public High Schools in Maryland: 1972-82. . 57 

37 Public High School Graduates in Maryland and Percent 
Intending to Continue Education, by Political Subdivision: 
1982, 1979, and 1976 58 

38 Source of Current Funds and Disbursements, Maryland Public 
Schools: School Year 1981-82 and 1979-80 59 

39 Source of Revenue for General Operating Expenses, Maryland 
Public Schools, by Political Subdivision: 1981-82 60 

40 Disbursements for Capital Outlay, Maryland Public Schools: 
1981-82 61 

41 Enrollment in State Accredited Two Year Colleges: Fall 

1982. . 62 

42 Enrollment in State Accredited Four Year Colleges and 
Universities: Fall 1982 63 



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43 Four Year State Accredited Colleges and Universities 

in Maryland: Degrees Granted July 1, 1981-June 30, 1982. . . 64 

44 Faculty in Public Institutions of Higher Education: Fall 

1981 66 

45 Average Salaries of Faculty in Public Institutions of 

Higher Education: 1981 68 

46 Federal Obligations to Universities and Colleges by 
Institution and Type of Activity: FY 1980 70 

47 Federal Obligations to Universities and Colleges by 
Institution and Type of Agency: FY ly8u 70 

HEALTH SERVICES 

48 Distribution of Physicians, and Number of Beds in 

Hospitals in Maryland, by Political Subdivision 71 

49 Licensed and Active Health Professionals in Maryland, by 
Primary County of Practice 72 

50 Patient Population, State Psychiatric Inpatient Facilities, 
Fiscal Years 1975-1983 73 

CLIMATE OF MARYLAND 

51 Maryland Weather Stations, by Region for which 
Climatological Data are Presented 74 

52 Probability Dates of Last Spring and First Fall Occurrence 
of 32°F Temperature, by Region, for Selected Stations 

within the State of Maryland: 1951-1980 75 

53 Map: Annual Average Precipitation for the State of Maryland: 
1951-1980 76 

54 Average Temperature, Precipitation and Snowfall at Selected 
Locations within Maryland: 1951-1980 77 

55 Average Number of Heating Degree Days and Average Number of 
Cooling Degree Days for Selected Weather Stations within 
Maryland, by Region: 1951-1980 84 



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NATURAL RESOURCES 

56 Forest Land Area in Maryland and Neighboring States and 

the Continental United States: January 1, 1977 87 

57 Commercial Forest Land Area by Stand-Size Class in Maryland 
and Neighboring States and the Continental United States: 
January 1, 1977 87 

58 Commercial Forest Land Ownership by Type of Owner in 
Maryland and Neighboring States and the Continental United 
States: January 1, 1977 88 

59 Net Volume of Growing Stock and Sawtimber on Commercial 
Forest Land by Ownership and Net Annual Growth in 
Maryland and Neighboring States and the Continental 

United States: 1977 89 

60 Net Volume of Live Sawtimber in Sawtimber Stands on 
Commercial Forest Land in Maryland and Neighboring States 

and the Continental United States: 1977 90 

61 Net Volume of Sawtimber on Commercial Timberland in 
Maryland, by Species as of January 1, 1977 91 

62 Annual Cut and Net Annual Growth of Growing Stock on 
Commercial Forest Land, Maryland, by Species Group: 1976 . . 92 

63 Annual Cut and Net Annual Growth of Live Sawtimber on 
Commercial Forest Land, Maryland, by Species Group: 19 76 . . 92 

64 Volume of Forest Products Harvested in Maryland: 1980. ... 93 

65 Forest Fires in Maryland by Cause: 1982. . , 94 

66 Number of Commercial Fishermen and Gear in Maryland: 1977, 
1976, and 1975 95 

67 Landings in Maryland Chesapeake Region, by Quantity and 

Value: 1982 and 1981 96 

68 Seafood Processed Products, Maryland: 1981, 1980, and 1977 . 98 

69 Hunting and Fishing License Sales, Maryland: Fiscal Years 
1982, 1981, and 1980 99 

70 Mineral Production in Maryland: 1982 and 1981 100 

71 Value of Nonfuel Mineral Production in Maryland, by Political 
Subdivision: 1981 and 1980 101 



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LABOR FORCE, EMPLOYMENT, AND UNEMPLOYMENT 

72 Civilian Labor Force, Total Employment and Unemployment 
in Maryland by Region and Political Subdivision: Annual 
Average 1982, by Place of Residence 102 

73 Civilian Labor Force and Total Employment by Political 
Subdivision as a Percentage of Maryland Total : Annual 

Average 1982 and 1975 103 

74 Characteristic of the Maryland Civilian Labor Force: 
Employment by Sex, Annual Averages 1974-1982 104 

75 Proportion of Labor Force Working Outside County of 
Residence: 1980, 1970, and 1960 105 

76 Destination of Commuters, Workers 16 Years and Over: 

1980 106 

77 Unemployment Rates, Not Seasonally Adjusted, by Month: 
August 1981 to July 1983, United States, Maryland and 
Baltimore City 109 

78 Unemployment Rates by Race, Sex and Age, United States and 
Maryland: Annual Average 1982 and 1981 110 

79 Weekly Average of State Insured Unemployment, by Industry 
Attachment and by Sex: Fiscal Years 1982 and 1981 Ill 

80 Department of Employment and Training, Summary of State 
Activities: Fiscal Years 1982 and 1981 112 

81 Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Annual Average Employment 

in Maryland: 1982, 1977, and 1972, by Place of Work 113 

82 Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Annual Average Employment, 
Baltimore Metro Area: 1982, 1977, and 1972, by Place of 

Work 114 

83 Nonagricultural, Non-Manufacturing Wage and Salary Annual 
Average Employment in Maryland: 1982, 1977, and 1972, 

by Place of Work 115 

84 Percentage Distribution in Major Industrial Sectors of 
Covered Employment, by Place of Work: Annual Average 1981, 

by Political Subdivision 116 



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85 Distribution of Maryland State Employees, by Political 
Subdivision: June 1983 117 

86 Federal Civilian Employment by Political Subdivision: 

December 31, 1980 118 

87 Federal Civilian Government Employment by State: 

December 31, 1980 119 

88 Armed Services Personnel in Maryland and United States: 
September 30, 1982 120 

89 Work Stoppages in Maryland and United States: 1972-1981. . . 121 
MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT AND PAYROLLS 

90 Number of Manufacturing Establishments in Maryland, by 
Political Subdivision: 1982, 1981, 1970, 1960, and 1950. . . 122 

91 Manufacturing Employment in Maryland by Standard Industrial 
Classification, by Place of Work, Annual Averages: 1982, 

1977, and 1972, Ranked by Number of Jobs in 1982 123 

92 Manufacturing Employment in the Baltimore SMSA by Standard 
Industrial Classification by Place of Work, Annual Averages: 
1982, 1977, and 1972, Ranked by Number of Jobs in 1982. ... 124 

93 Annual Average Weekly and Annual Average Hourly Earnings in 
Manufacturing Industries in Maryland, by Place of Work: 
1982 and 1980, Ranked by 1982 Dollar Value of Average Weekly 
Earnings 125 

94 Manufacturing Payrolls in Maryland, Ranked by Dollar Value 

in 1982: 1982 and 1980 126 

95 Labor and Proprietors' Income from Manufacturing and 
Nonmanufacturing Industries in Maryland: 1982, 1977 

and 1972 127 

96 Labor and Proprietors' Income from the Manufacturing 
Industry, Maryland and Selected Eastern and Midwestern 

States: 1982 and 1980 128 

97 Number of Employees in Manufacturing, Maryland and 

Selected Other Areas: 1963-1981 129 

98 Number of Employees Engaged in Manufacturing, Maryland and 
Selected Eastern and Midwestern States, Regionally Ranked 

by Rate of Growth in Total Employees: 1977-1978 130 



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99 Value Added by Principal Manufacturing Industries 

in Maryland: 1978 and 1977, Ranked by Dollar Volume: 

1978 131 

100 Value Added by Manufacture, Maryland and Selected Eastern 
and Midwestern States, Regionally Ranked by Rate of 

Growth: 1977-1978 132 

101 Value Added Per Production Worker, Maryland and Selected 
Eastern and Midwestern States: 1978 and 1977, Regionally 
Ranked by Value in 1978 133 

TRADE 

102 Estimated Travel Expenditures and Travel Generated 
Employment in Maryland, by Political Subdivision: 1981. . . 134 

103 Trade Activity in Maryland, Establishments with Payroll 

Only: 1977 135 

104 Trade Activity in Maryland, Number of Establishments and 

Total Sales or Receipts: 1977 and 1972 136 

105 Maryland Retail Trade, by Political Subdivision: 1977 . . . 139 
'106 Maryland Retial Trade, by Political Subdivision: 1972 . . . 140 

107 Maryland Wholesale Trade, by Political Subdivision: 

1977 141 

108 Maryland Wholesale Trade, by Political Subdivision: 

1972 142 

109 Selected Services in Maryland by Political Subdivision: 

1977 143 

110 Selected Services in Maryland by Political Subdivision: 

1972 144 

111 Number of Establishments, by Selected Kind of Business Group, 
Maryland Selected Services by Political Subdivision: 1977 . 145 

112 Number of Establishments, by Kind of Business Group, 
Maryland Selected Services by Political Subdivision 

with 500 or More Establishments: 1977 146 

113 Number of Establishments, by Kind of Business Group, 
Maryland Selected Services, by Political Subdivision 

with 300 or More Establishments: 1972 147 



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Table No. Page 

PERSONAL INCOME 

114 Gross State Product, Maryland, Current and Constant 

Dollars: 1957-1982 148 

115 Personal Income by Major Source, Maryland: 1982 and 1980 . . 149 

116 Total Personal Income and Per Capita Personal Income, by 
Political Subdivision: 1981 and 1976 150 

117 Total Personal Income, Maryland, District of Columbia, 

and Selected Eastern States: 1982 and 1980 151 

118 Per Capita Personal Income, Maryland, District of Columbia, 

and Selected Eastern States: 1982 and 1980 152 

119 Transfer Payments, by State for 1982 and 1980 153 

120 Family Income Distribution: 1979, United States, Maryland, 

and Political Subdivisions 154 

121 Families Below Poverty Level in Maryland, by Political 
Subdivisions: 1979 155 

122 Estimated Per Capita and Average Household Consumer 
Spendable Income by Political Subdivision, Ranked by Per 

Capita Consumer Spendable Income: 1982 156 

123 Average Household Consumer Spendable Income, Maryland, 
District of Columbia, and Selected Eastern States: 1982. . . 157 

124 Estimated Retail Sales in Maryland, by Political 
Subdivision: 1982 158 

125 Retail Sales Per Household Rank Order for States: 1982 . . . 159 
INCOME MAINTENANCE 

126 Selected Income Maintenance Administration Expenditures: 
Maryland, Net Expenditures for Selected Programs and 

Percent and Source of Funds, Fiscal Years 1983 and 1982 . . . 160 

12 7 Selected Income Maintenance Caseload for Maryland and 
Political Subdivisions: Average for Fiscal Years 1983 
and 1982 161 

128 Food Stamp Distribution: Fiscal Years 1983 and 1982 163 



Table No. Page 

CITY WORKER'S FAMILY BUDGET 

129 Urban Worker's Family Budget, Baltimore Metropolitan Area 

and Selected U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Autumn 1981 164 

130 Consumer Price Index, United States, Baltimore, MD, and 
Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Areas, All Items, Food, 
Housing, and Medical Care Components: Annual Averages 

1982, 1981, and 1980, and May 1983 165 

131 Indices of Average Earnings of Workers in Selected 
Occupational Groups, All Industries, in Selected 
Metropolitan Areas: January-December 1982 166 

GOVERNMENT FINANCE 

132 State of Maryland, Schedule of General Government Revenues 
by Source, Expenditures by Function and Other Sources (Uses) 
of Financial Resources and Changes in Fund Balances; General, 
Special Revenue Debt Service and Capital Projects Funds: 

Fiscal Years 1982, 1979, and 1976 167 

133 Tax Rate Changes in Maryland 168 

134 Retail Sales Tax Receipts, Maryland, by Major Class of 
Business: Fiscal Years 1982 and 1979 170 

135 Retail Sales Tax Receipts by Major Categories by Political 
Subdivision: Fiscal Year 1982 171 

136 Retail Sales and Use Tax Receipts, by Subdivision: Fiscal 
Years 1982 and 1979 172 

137 Percentage Distribution of Local Government Revenues and 
Current Expenses: Fiscal Year 1982, by Political 
Subdivision 173 

138 General Revenue Sharing Payments to Maryland, Baltimore City 
and All Counties: Entitlement Period 13 and Entitlement 

Period 14 175 

139 Per Capita General Revenue for State and Local 
Governments, United States, Maryland and Selected Eastern 
States: Selected Financial Items 1980-81 176 

140 Per Capita General Expenditure for State and Local 
Governments, United States, Maryland and Selected Eastern 
States: Selected Financial Items 1980-81 177 



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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND LIFE INSURANCE 

141 All Active Banks in Maryland, Summary of Assets and 
Liabilities: 1981, 1980, and 1979 178 

142 All Active National Banks in Maryland, Summary of 

Assets and Liabilities: 1981, 1980, and 1979 179 

143 All Active State Banks and Trust Companies in Maryland, 

Summary of Assets and Liabilities: 1981, 1980, and 1979. . . 180 

144 All Active Mutual Savings Banks in Maryland, Summary of 

Assets and Liabilities: 1981, 1980, and 1979 180 

145 State-Chartered Credit Unions in Maryland: 1981, 1980, 

and 1979 181 

146 Consumer Loan and Small Loan Licensees in Maryland : 1982 

and 1981 181 

147 Combined Financial Statement of All Savings and Loan 
Associations in Maryland as of December 31, 1982 182 

148 Largest Active Banks in Maryland, Ranked by Assets as of 
December 31, 1981 184 

149 Amount of Deposits by Size of Account in all Commercial 

Banks in Maryland by Political Subdivision: Fiscal 1980. . . 185 

150 Life Insurance in Force in Maryland: 1981 186 

151 Purchases of Ordinary Life Insurance, Maryland: 1975-1981. . 186 
MASS MEDIA 

152 Television Stations in Maryland: 1982 187 

153 Cable Subscribers in Maryland, by Political Subdivision, as 

of April 1, 1983 188 

154 Average Daily Circulation of Daily Newspapers of General 
Circulation in Maryland: 1982 189 

155 Weekly Newspapers of General Circulation in Maryland: 1982 . 190 



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COURTS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 

156 Number of Judges, Population and Case Load Per .Judge, 
Maryland Circuit Courts, by Political Subdivision: 

Fiscal Year 1982 194 

157 Cases Filed in Circuit Courts, Maryland: Fiscal Years 

1982 and 1981 195 

158 Average Time Intervals, Dispositions of Appeals, Maryland 

Court of Appeals, in Months: 1967-1981 196 

159 Average Days From Filing to Disposition, Maryland Circuit 
Courts, by Political Subdivision: 1981-1982 197 

160 United States District Court for Maryland, Civil and 
Criminal Cases and Bankruptcy, Administrative, and 

Citizen Matters: Fiscal Years 1982 and 1981 198 

161 Crime Rates in Maryland Per 10,000 Inhabitants, by 

Political Subdivision: 1981 199 

162 Offenses of Persons Committed to State Institutions: 

Fiscal Year 1982 200 

163 Jurisdictions From Which Committed Persons Were Received: 
Fiscal Year 1982 201 

164 Age Groups of Committed Persons, All Adult Institutions: 

Fiscal Year 1982 202 

165 Lengths of Sentences of Committed Persons, All Adult 
Institutions: Fiscal Year 1982 202 

166 Disposition of All Juvenile Court Cases, by Political 
Subdivision: Fiscal Years 1981, 1979, and 1977 203 

167 Average Daily Total Population of Juvenile Institutions, 

by Institution: Fiscal Years 1983 and 1978 204 

168 Capacity, Average Daily Population and Annual Per Capita 
Costs of Adult Correctional Institutions by Institution: 

Fiscal Year 1982 205 



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ENERGY 

169 Fuel Component of the Consumer Price Index, Baltimore SMSA 
and the United States Average, Annual Average 1982, 1981, 

1980, and May 1983 206 

170 Gas Utility Industry, Customers and Revenues, Maryland: 
1973-1981 207 

171 Natural Gas Consumption, in the United States and South 
Atlantic States: 1981, 1979, and 1977 208 

172 Installed Nameplate Capacity and Production of Electric 
Utilities and Industrial Plants by Class of Ownership and 
Type of Prime Mover, and Production of Electric Utilities 

by Source, Maryland: 1981 and 1980 209 

173 Commercial and Industrial Electric Sales in Maryland and 

the District of Columbia: 1976-1981 210 

174 Residential Statistics of Privately-Owned Electric 

Utility Companies Operating in Maryland: 1982 211 

175 Production of Bituminous Coal and Lignite in the United 
States, by State and in Maryland by Political Subdivision: 

1980 and 1982 212 

176 Gross Gallons of Motor Gasoline Sold, Maryland and the 

United States: 1972-1982 213 

177 Gasoline Retail Prices, Regular Leaded and Regular 
Unleaded, Baltimore SMSA and United States Average, 

Average Price Per Gallon: Month of May, 1979-1983 214 

178 Telephone System in Maryland, Selected Data: 1976-1982 

and 1974 215 

PORT OF BALTIMORE 

179 Import and Export Tonnage and Value, Port of Baltimore: 
1970-1982 216 

180 Import Trade of the Port of Baltimore Arranged by Principal 
Countries and by Trade Areas: 1982 217 

181 Export Trade of the Port of Baltimore Arranged by Principal 
Countries and by Trade Areas: 1982 218 



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182 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in Foreign 
Waterborne Trade, Import Tonnage: 1982, 1981, and 1980 . . . 219 

183 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in Foreign 
Waterborne Trade, Import Value: 1982, 1981, and 1980 .... 219 

184 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in Foreign 
Waterborne Trade, Export Tonnage: 1982, 1981, and 1980 . . . 220 

185 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in Foreign 
Waterborne Trade, Export Value: 1982, 1981, and 1980 .... 220 

186 Value of Principal Categories of Commodities Exported 

from and Imported into the Port of Baltimore: 1982 221 

187 Leading Commodities in Waterborne Commerce, Baltimore 

Harbor and Channels, in Short Tons: 1981 222 

188 Waterborne Commerce of the Principal Waterways in 

Maryland, in Short Tons: 1981 and 1976 223 

189 Waterborne Commerce of the Baltimore Harbor and 

Channels, in Short Tons: 1972-1981 224 

AIR TRAVEL 

190 Baltimore-Washington International Airport Operations: 

1982 and 1981 225 

191 Commercial Airports and Heliports in the State of 

Maryland, by Political Subdivision 226 

MOTOR VEHICLES 

192 New Motor Vehicle Registration and Number of Licensed 

Drivers in Maryland: 1982 and 1981 227 

193 Motor Vehicle Registration in Maryland, by Type and 

Political Subdivision: 1982 and 1981 227 

194 Average Daily Vehicle Miles, State Maintained Roads: 

1980 and 1979 228 

195 Traffic Volume at Toll Facilities in Maryland, Annual 

Totals: 1972-1982 229 

196 Highway Mileages Between Selected Locations in Maryland . . . 230 

197 Total Highway Mileage by Type of System in Maryland: 1981 

and 1980 231 



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AGRICULTURE 

198 Cash Receipts from Farming, Maryland: 1981, 1980, and 

1979 232 

199 Selected Commodities Indices, Price Received by Farmers, 
Maryland: 1978-82 - 234 

200 Number of Fanrs and Land in Farms, Maryland: 1950-82 .... 234 

201 Livestock and Poultry in Maryland, Number on Farms: 

1981-83 235 

202 Livestock and Poultry in Maryland, Value by Species: 

1981-83 237 

HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION 

203 Selected Characteristics of Year-Round Housing Units: 1980 . 238 

204 New Building Permits for Private and Public Residential 
Dwelling Units Authorized in Maryland: 1972-1982 239 

REAL ESTATE 

205 Number of Real Properties and Real Property Assessed 

Values, by Political Subdivision: as of July 1, 1982 .... 240 

206 Real Property Assessment Level Ratios, by Political 
Subdivision: 1982, 1981, and 1980 241 

207 Real Property Leased to the Federal Government in 

Maryland: 1982 and 1981 242 

208 Federally Owned Real Property in Maryland: 1982 and 1981 . . 242 
FEDERAL OUTLAYS IN MARYLAND 

209 Relative Position of the State: FY 1980 and FY 1979 243 

210 Functional Summary of Federal Outlays, Maryland: FY 1980 . . 244 

211 Federal Outlays in Maryland, by Political Subdivision: 

FY 1980 246 

212 Political Subdivision Summary of Federal Outlays by 

Agency: FY 1980 247 

213 Federal Expenditures by Functional Category in the 
Appalachian Portion of Maryland: FY 1981 250 



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ELECTIONS 

214 Map: Congressional Districts of the 98th Congress, 

Maryland: All Counties 251 

Counties with 2 or More Congressional Districts : 

Map: Baltimore and Baltimore County 252 

Map: Baltimore and Baltimore County (Part) 753 

Map: Harford County 254 

Map : Howard County 255 

Map: Montgomery County 256 

Map: Prince George's County 257 

215 Voter Registration in Maryland, by Party and Political 
Subdivision: as of December 31, 1982 258 

216 Maryland General Election Returns - November 2, 1982 

for Governor and Lt. Governor of Maryland 259 

217 Maryland General Election Returns - November 2, 1982 

for United States Senator 260 

218 Maryland General Election Returns - November 4, 1980 

for United States Senator 261 

219 Maryland General Election Returns - November 2, 1982 

for Representative in the 98th Congress of the United States. 262 

RECREATION AREAS 

220 Recreation Homes, by Political Subdivisions: 1980 263 

221 Open Space Land and Selected Recreation Facilities 264 



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GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS OF MARYLAND GROUPED BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



SUB-REGIONS 



BALTIMORE STANDARD 

METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (SMSA) 



WASHINGTON SUBURBS 



Baltimore City 

Baltimore 

Anne Arundel 

Howard 

Harford 

Carroll 



Charles 
Montgomery 
Prince George's 



WESTERN MARYLAND 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 



Frederick 
Washington 
Allegany 
Garrett 



St. Mary's 
Calvert 



EASTERN SHORE 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 



Caroline 

Cecil 

Kent 

Queen Anne's 

Talbot 



Dorchester 
Somerset 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



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NO. 2 
MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS 



SIZE IN SQUARE MILES 

Land 

Chesapeake Bay — Maryland portion 

Inland Water 

Total 



POPULATION: APRIL 1, 1980 Census Final Report 

Maryland 

Baltimore SMSA 

Washington, D.C. SMSA, Maryland Portion 

EDUCATION: 1982 

Enrollment in Public and Nonpublic Schools 

Total All Levels 

Pre-Kindergarten through High School 

Four-Year College and Universities 

Two-Year Colleges 
Public High School Graduates and 
Percent Intending to Continue Education 

LABOR FORCE, EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT: 1982 

By Place of Residence, Annual Average 

Civilian Labor Force 

Total Employment 

Unemployment and Percentage Rate 

Non-Agricultural Payroll 
Annual Average Employment, 
By Place of Work 

Total Non-Agricultural Employment 
Manufacturing 

Durable Goods 

Nondurable 
Nonmanuf ac tur in g 

Contract Construction 

Transportation and Public Utilities 

Wholesale Trade 

Retail Trade 

Finance, Insurance and Real Estate 

Services and Mining 

Federal Government 

State and Local Government 



9,837 




1,726 




623 




12,186 






Percent Change 




Over 1970 Census 


4,216,975 


7.5 


2,174,023 


5.0 


1,316,875 


7.0 



1,067,351 
833,366 
131,181 
102,804 

54,621; 45.1% 



2,161,000 
1,978,000 

183,000; 8.4% 



(1,000) 


Percent of Total 


1,669.7 


100.0 


212.2 


12.7 


116.5 


7.0 


95.7 


5.7 


1,457.5 


87.3 


87.4 


5.2 


86.9 


5.2 


92.3 


5.5 


313.8 


18.8 


95.1 


5.7 


388.7 


23.3 


130.0 


7.8 


263.3 


15.8 



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NO. 2 
MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS 



PERSONAL INCOME: 1982 

Gross State Product 

(In billions of current dollars) 
Total Personal Income 

(In millions of dollars) 
Per Capita Personal Income 
Average Household Consumer Spendable Income 

LEADING MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 



BY VALUE ADDED 



1978 



(In millions of dollars) 



All Industries 

Food and Kindred Products 

Primary Metals 

Electric and Electronic Equipment 

CASH RECEIPTS FROM FARMING: 1981 
(In thousands of dollars) 

All Crops 

Livestock and Livestock Products 

Total Receipts 

PORT OF BALTIMORE TRADE: 1982 



52.9 



52,195 
$12,238 

$28,777 



7,739.2 

1,128.3 

1,043.2 

946.3 



364,151 

697,142 

1,061,293 



Imports 

Tonnage (2,000 lbs.) 
Value ($1,000) 

Exports 

Tonnage (2,000 lbs.) 
Value ($1,000) 

STATE FINANCE: FISCAL YEAR 1982 
(In thousands of dollars) 

Total Available Revenues 
Total Expenditures 
Fund Balances, June 30 



ASSESSABLE BASE FOR TAXATION: 



1982 



Total Assessable Tax Base 
Real Property Tax Base 
(In billions of dollars) 



9,837,109 
5,668,157 



20,845,621 
8,556,165 



4,573,766 

4,792,849 

717,168 



52.4 
37.8 



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NO. 2 
MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS 

ALL ACTIVE BANKS IN MARYLAND: DECEMBER 31, 1981 
(In millions of dollars) 

Total Assets 22,167 

Total Liabilities 20,803 

TOTAL RETAIL SALES ESTIMATED: 1982 

(In thousands of dollars) 19,554,375 

NUMBER OF MOTOR VEHICLES REGISTERED: 

MARCH 1, 1981 THROUGH APRIL 30, 1982 3,011,099 

VOTER REGISTRATION: DECEMBER 31, 1982 1,966,170 



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NO. 3 



STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS 





7/1/82 POPULATION 


1990 POPULATION 


1980 POPULATION 




ESTIMATES 


PROJECTIONS 


AGE 65 AND 

(PERCENTAGE) 


OVER 




(THOUSANDS) 


RANK 


'THOUSANDS) 


RANK 


RAN 


United States 


231534 




249203 




11.1 




MARYLAND 


4269 


20 


4491 


20 


9.4 


43 


Alabama 


3946 


22 


4214 


22 


11.3 


24 


Alaska 


443 


51 


522 


50 


3.0 


51 


Arizona 


2891 


29 


3994 


24 


11.3 


25 


Arkansas 


2304 


33 


2580 


32 


13.6 




California 


24576 


1 


27526 


1 


10.2 


35 


Colorado 


3065 


27 


3755 


25 


8.5 


46 


Connecticut 


3140 


26 


3136 


29 


11.7 


18 


Delaware 


600 


48 


630 


48 


9.9 


37 


District of Columbia 


633 


47 


502 


51 


11.6 


20 


Florida 


10433 


7 


13316 


4 


17.3 


1 


Georgia 
Hawai i 


5642 


12 


6175 


11 


9.5 


41 


998 


39 


1138 


42 


7.9 


48 


Idaho 


975 


40 


1214 


40 


10.0 


36 


Illinois 


11452 


5 


11502 


6 


11.0 


29 


Indiana 


5487 


13 


5679 


14 


10.7 


32 


Iowa 


2913 


28 


2983 


30 


13.3 


4 


Kansas 


2414 


32 


2463 


33 


12.9 


8 


Kentucky 


3688 


23 


4073 


23 


11.2 


27 


Louisiana 


4373 


18 


4747 


19 


9.6 


40 


Maine 


1136 


38 


1229 


39 


12.5 


11 


Massachusetts 


5753 


11 


5704 


13 


12.7 


10 


Michigan 


9116 


8 


9394 


8 


9.8 


38 


Minnesota 


4143 


21 


4358 


21 


11.8 


17 


Mississippi 


2567 


31 


2761 


31 


11.5 


22 


Missouri 


4949 


15 


5077 


15 


13.2 


5 


Montana 


804 


44 


888 


44 


10.8 


31 


Nebraska 


1592 


35 


1640 


36 


13.1 


7 


Nevada 


877 


43 


1275 


38 


8.3 


47 


New Hampshire 


949 


42 


1139 


41 


11.2 


28 


New Jersey 


7411 


9 


7513 


9 


11.7 


19 


New Mexico 


1367 


37 


1536 


37 


8.9 


45 


New York 


17512 


2 


16457 


3 


12.3 


13 


North Carolina 


6016 


10 


6473 


10 


10.3 


34 


North Dakota 


673 


46 


678 


47 


12.3 


14 


Ohio 


10789 


6 


10763 


7 


10.8 


30 


Oklahoma 


3212 


25 


3503 


27 


12.4 


12 


Oregon 


2673 


30 


3319 


28 


11.5 


21 


Pennsylvania 


11886 


4 


11720 


5 


12.9 


q 


Rhode Island 


954 


41 


951 


43 


13.4 


3 


South Carolina 


3213 


24 


3560 


26 


9.2 


44 


South Dakota 


697 


45 


698 


46 


13.2 


6 


Tennessee 


4653 


17 


5073 


16 


11.3 


26 


Texas 


15279 


3 


17498 


2 


9.6 


39 


Utah 


1563 


36 


2040 


34 


7.5 


50 


Vermont 


518 


49 


575 


49 


11.4 


23 


Virginia 


5479 


14 


5961 


12 


9.4 


42 


Washington 


4283 


19 


5012 


18 


10.5 


33 


West Virginia 


1957 


34 


2037 


35 


12.2 


15 


Wisconsin 


4758 


16 


5033 


17 


12.0 


16 


Wyoming 


508 


50 


701 


45 


7.9 


49 



(continued on next psge> 



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NO. 3 



STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS CONTD, 













1982 TOTAL 




1982 CIVILIAN 


1982 UNEMPL0YI 


NONAGRICULTURAL 




LABOR FORCE 


RATE 




PAYROLL EMPLOYMENT 




(THOUSANDS) 


RANK 


(PERCENTAGE) 


RANK 


(THOUSANDS) 


RANK 


United States 


110204 




9.7 




89596 




MARYLAND 


2161 


18 


8.4 


19 


1670 


19 


Alabama 


1713 


22 


14.4 


50 


1315 


23 


Alaska 


207 


51 


9.9 


33 


194 


51 


Arizona 


1324 


29 


9.9 


32 


1029 


29 


Arkansas 


1018 


33 


9.8 


29 


719 


33 


California 


12189 


1 


9.9 


31 


9825 


1 


Colorado 


1577 


25 


7.7 


13 


1312 


24 


Connecticut 


1608 


24 


6.9 


9 


1426 


22 


Delaware 


299 


48 


8.5 


21 


259 


46 


District of Columbia 


315 


46 


10.6 


38 


596 


36 


Florida 


4728 


7 


8.2 


18 


3762 


7 


Georgia 


2658 


12 


7.8 


14 


2202 


12 


Hawaii 


458 


42 


6.7 


7 


401 


41 


Idaho 


439 


43 


9.8 


30 


311 


44 


Illinois 


5587 


4 


11.3 


43 


4591 


4 


Indiana 


2594 


14 


11.9 


46 


2010 


14 


Iowa 


1418 


28 


8.5 


20 


1031 


28 


Kansas 


1185 


31 


6.3 


6 


919 


31 


Kentucky 


1675 


23 


10.6 


37 


1164 


26 


Louisiana 


1855 


21 


10.3 


36 


1614 


20 


Maine 


515 


38 


8.6 


23 


411 


39 


Massachusetts 


3016 


10 


7.9 


17 


2622 


10 


Michigan 


4276 


6 


15.5 


51 


3189 


8 


Minnesota 


2166 


17 


7.8 


15 


1709 


17 


Mississippi 


1058 


32 


11.0 


42 


793 


32 


Missouri 


2311 


16 


9.2 


27 


1916 


15 


Montana 


391 


44 


8.6 


24 


272 


45 


Nebraska 


787 


34 


6.1 


5 


604 


35 


Nevada 


485 


40 


10.1 


34 


406 


40 


New Hampshire 


487 


39 


7.4 


11 


393 


42 


New Jersey 


3624 


9 


9.0 


25 


3085 


9 


New Mexico 


592 


37 


9.2 


28 


474 


38 


New York 


8026 


2 


8.6 


22 


7234 


2 


North Carolina 


2944 


11 


9.0 


26 


2338 


11 


North Dakota 


315 


47 


5.9 


4 


251 


47 


Ohio 


5122 


6 


12.5 


48 


4139 


6 


Oklahoma 


1468 


27 


5.7 


2 


1232 


25 


Oregon 


1315 


30 


11.5 


44 


961 


30 


Pennsylvania 


5482 


5 


10.9 


41 


4561 


5 


Rhode Island 


482 


41 


10.2 


35 


391 


43 


South Carolina 


1486 


26 


10.8 


40 


1162 


27 


South Dakota 


328 


45 


5.5 


1 


230 


48 


Tennessee 


2131 


19 


11.8 


45 


1688 


18 


Texas 


7353 


3 


6.9 


8 


6274 


3 


Utah 


668 


36 


7.8 


16 


560 


37 


Vermont 


265 


49 


6.9 


10 


202 


50 


Virginia 


2650 


13 


7.7 


12 


2130 


13 


Washington 


2012 


20 


12.1 


47 


1569 


21 


West Virginia 


769 


35 


13.9 


49 


609 


34 


Wisconsin 


2450 


15 


10.7 


39 


1867 


16 


Wyoming 


253 


50 


5.8 


3 


217 


49 



(continued on next page) 



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NO. 3 
STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS CONTD. 



1980 ACTIVE NON-FEDERAL 
PHYSICIANS PER 100,000 
CIVILIAN POPULATION 



1980 SCIENTISTS AND 

ENGINEERS PER 100,000 

RESIDENT POPULATION 





(NUMBER) 


RANK 


(NUMBER) 


RANK 


United States 


185 




1397 




MARYLAND 


268 


3 


2099 


7 


Alabama 


125 


46 


724 


47 


Alaska 


129 


42 


1642 


13 


Arizona 


178 


18 


1210 


34 


Arkansas 


121 


47 


604 


51 


California 


230 


6 


1648 


12 


Colorado 


198 


10 


2277 


4 


Connecticut 


249 


5 


2127 


6 


Delaware 


161 


24 


2239 


5 


District of Columbia 


552 


1 


8762 


1 


Florida 


179 


17 


929 


43 


Georgia 
Hawaii 


143 


35 


844 


46 


207 


9 


1264 


31 


Idaho 


107 


50 


1631 


14 


Illinois 


183 


14 


1352 


25 


Indiana 


128 


43 


1095 


37 


Iowa 


126 


45 


1060 


38 


Kansas 


157 


28 


1320 


27 


Kentucky 


133 


40 


680 


49 


Louisiana 


155 


29 


1141 


36 


Maine 


150 


33 


1449 


18 


Massachusetts 


272 


2 


2308 


3 


Michigan 


158 


26 


1347 


26 


Minnesota 


189 


12 


1688 


11 


Mississippi 


107 


51 


678 


50 


Missouri 


163 


20 


1438 


19 


Montana 


133 


41 


1220 


33 


Nebraska 


149 


34 


1236 


32 


Nevada 


138 


36 


713 


48 


New Hampshire 


162 


22 


1053 


40 


New Jersey 


190 


11 


1618 


15 


New Mexico 


153 


30 


2348 


2 


New York 


267 


4 


1370 


24 


North Carolina 


153 


31 


966 


42 


North Dakota 


137 


37 


1302 


29 


Ohio 


162 


23 


1291 


30 


Oklahoma 


128 


44 


1203 


35 


Oregon 


181 


15 


1496 


17 


Pennsylvania 


187 


13 


1379 


23 


Rhode Island 


211 


8 


1309 


28 


South Carolina 


135 


38 


862 


45 


South Dakota 


112 


49 


897 


44 


Tennessee 


157 


27 


1054 


39 


Texas 


152 


32 


1425 


22 


Utah 


162 


21 


1903 


8 


Vermont 


212 


7 


1429 


21 


Virginia 


175 


19 


1571 


16 


Washington 


180 


16 


1694 


10 


West Virginia 


134 


39 


979 


41 


Wisconsin 


158 


25 


1432 


20 


Wyoming 


113 


48 


1809 


9 



(continued on next page) 



-12- 



NO. 3 



STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICAT )RS CONTD . 



SOURCE NOTES 



Indicator 



Source 



July 1, 1982 Population Estimate: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, State Population Estim- 
ates : Revised Methodology for the 
1980s and Illustrative Estimates , 
Series P-25 release, September 13, 1983. 



1990 Population Projections: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, Current Population Re- 
ports, Series P-25, No. 937, issued 
August 1983. 



Age 65 and over, 1980 Population: 



Age 15-19, 1980 Population: 



Derived from data from the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 
Current Population Reports, Series 
P-25, No. 930, issued April 1983. 

Derived from data from the U.S. De- 
partment of Commerce, Bureau of the 
Census, Statistical Abstract of the 
United States, 1982-83 edition. 



Total Land Area: 



1980 Population Per Square Mile: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, Statistical Abstract 
of the United States , 1982-83 edition. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, Statistical Abstract 
of the United States, 1982-83 edition. 



1982 Total Personal Income: 

and 
1982 Per Capita Personal Income: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 

of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current 

Business, August 1983. 



1982 Consumer Spendable Income: 



1982 Civilian Labor Force^: 

(2) 
1982 Unemployment Rates ' 

1982 Total Nonagricultural 
Payroll Employment 

1982 Average Weekly Earnings 
in Manufacturing 



Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., 
1-1-83 Consumer Market Data . 

U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of 
Labor Statistics, Employment and 
Earnings , May 1983. 

(1) State figures will not add to the 
U.S. total shown (obtained from 
the national data series) because 
the State estimates are arrived 
at independently. 

(2) In cases of ties in rates, States 
were ranked alphabetically. 



(continued on following page) 



-13- 



NO. 3 



STATE RANKINGS: SOURCE NOTES CONTD. 



1978 Value Added by Manufactures: 



1982 Farm Marketing Receipts: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, 1978 Annual Survey of 
Manufactures , M78(AS)-6. (Latest 
data available for States. The 1982 
Census of Manufactures is now being 
processed and should be available 
during the summer 1984.) 

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Econ- 
omic Research Service, unpublished 
data. 



1980 Active Non-Federal Physicians 
Per 100,000 Population: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, Statistical Abstract 
of the United States, 1982-83 edition. 



1980 Scientists and Engineers 
Per 100,000 Population: 



Derived from data from the National 
Science Foundation, Surveys of Science 
Resources Series, U.S. Scientists and 
Engineers 1980 , NSF82-314. 



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NO. 5 
MARYLAND POPULATION GROWTH: 1790-1980 







RANKING 


INCREASE 


OVER 


DENSITY 






AMONG 


PRECEDING CENSUS 


PER SQUARE 


YEAR 


POPULATION 


STATES 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


MILE 


1980 


4,216,975 


18 


293,078 


7.5 


428.7 


19 70 


3,923,897 


18 


823,208 


26.6 


396.7 


1960 


3,100,689 


21 


757,688 


32.3 


314.0 


1950 


2,343,001 


24 


521,757 


28.6 


237.1 


1940 


1,821,244 


28 


189,718 


11.6 


184.2 


1930 


1,631,526 


28 


181,865 


12.5 


165.0 


1920 


1,449,661 


28 


154,315 


11.9 


145.8 


1910 


1,295,346 


27 


107,302 


9.0 


130.3 


1900 


1,188,044 


26 


145,654 


14.0 


120.8 


1890 


1,042,390 


27 


107,447 


11.5 


106.0 


1880 


934,943 


23 


154,049 


19.7 


95.0 


1870 


780,894 


20 


93,845 


13.7 


79.4 


1860 


687,049 


19 


104,015 


17.8 


69.8 


1850 


583,034 


17 


113,015 


24.0 


59.3 


1840 


470,019 


15 


22,979 


5.1 


47.8 


1830 


447,040 


11 


39,690 


9.7 


45.4 


1820 


407,350 


10 


26,804 


7.0 


41.4 


1810 


380,546 


8 


38,998 


11.4 


38.7 


1800 


341,548 


7 


21,820 


6.8 


34.7 


1790 


319,728 


6 


— 


— 


32.5 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Statistical Abstract 
of the United States , 1982-83 and 1962 editions; State and Metropolitan 
Area Data Book , 1982; Thirteenth Census of the United States: Abstract 
of the Census, 1976. 



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NO. 6 



RESIDENT POPULATION OF THE 50 STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 

AND PROJECTION, 1990* 

RANK BY PERCENTAGE CHANGE 1970-1980 

(IN THOUSANDS) 



JULY 1, 1982 



JURISDICTION 



JULY 1, 1982 
ESTIMATE 



APRIL 1, 1980 
(CENSUS) 



APRIL 1, 1970 
(CENSUS) 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1980/1970 



PROJECTION 
1990 



United States 



231,534 



226,546 



203,302 



Nevada 


877 


800 


489 


Arizona 


2,891 


2,718 


1,775 


Florida 


10,433 


9,746 


6,791 


Wvomlng 


508 


470 


332 


Utah 


1,563 


1,461 


1,059 


Idaho 


975 


944 


713 


Alaska 


443 


402 


303 


Colorado 


3,065 


2,890 


2,210 


New Mexico 


1,367 


1,303 


1,017 


Texas 


15,279 


14,229 


11,199 


Oregon 


2,673 


2,633 


2,092 


Hawaii 


998 


965 


770 


New Hampshire 


949 


921 


738 


Washington 


4,283 


4,132 


3,413 


South Carolina 


3,213 


3,122 


2,591 


Georgia 


5,642 


5,463 


4,588 


Arkansas 


2,304 


2,286 


1,923 


California 


24,576 


23,668 


19,971 


Oklahoma 


3,212 


3,025 


2,559 


Tennessee 


4,653 


4,591 


3,926 


North Carolina 


6,016 


5,882 


5,084 


Louisiana 


4,373 


4,206 


3,645 


Virginia 


5,479 


5,347 


4,651 


Vermont 


518 


511 


445 


Mississippi 


2,567 


2,521 


2,217 


Kentucky 


3,688 


3,661 


3,221 


Montana 


804 


787 


694 


Maine 


1,136 


1,125 


994 


Alabama 


3,946 


3,894 


3,444 


West Virginia 


1,957 


1,950 


1,744 


Delaware 


600 


594 


548 


MARYLAND 


4,269 


4,217 


3,924 


Minnesota 


4,143 


4,076 


3,806 


Wisconsin 


4,758 


4,706 


4,418 


Nebraska 


1,592 


1,570 


1,485 


Indiana 


5,487 


5,490 


5,195 


North Dakota 


673 


653 


618 


Missouri 


4,949 


4,917 


4,678 


Kansas 


2,414 


2,364 


2,249 


Michigan 


9,116 


9,262 


8,881 


South Dakota 


697 


691 


666 


Iowa 


2,713 


2,914 


2,825 


Illinois 


11,452 


11,427 


11,110 


New Jersey 


7,411 


7,365 


7,171 


Connecticut 


3,140 


3,108 


3,032 


Ohio 


10,789 


10,798 


10,657 


Massachusetts 


5,753 


5,737 


5,689 


Pennsylvania 


11,886 


11,864 


11,801 


Rhode Island 


954 


947 


950 


New York 


17,512 


17,558 


18,241 


District of Columbia 


633 


638 


757 



11.4 

63.6 
53.1 
43.5 
41.6 
38.0 

32.4 
32.7 
30.8 
28.1 
27.1 

25.9 
25.3 
24.8 
21.1 
20.5 

19.1 
18.9 
18.5 
18.2 
16.9 

15.7 
15.4 
15.0 
14.8 
13.7 

13.7 
13.4 
13.2 
13.1 
11.8 

8.4 
7.5 
7.1 
6.5 
5.7 

5.7 
5.7 
5.1 
5.1 
4.3 

3.8 
3.2 
2.9 
2.7 
2.5 

1.3 

0.8 

0.5 

-0.3 

-3.7 

-15.7 



249,203 

1,275 

3,994 

13,316 

701 

2,040 

1,214 

522 

3,755 

1,536 

17,498 

3,319 
1,138 
1,139 
5,012 
3,560 

6,175 
2,580 
27,526 
3,503 
5,073 

6,473 
4,747 
5,961 
575 
2,761 

4,073 
888 
1,229 
4,214 
2,037 

630 
4,491 
4,358 
5,033 
1,640 

5,679 
678 
5,077 
2,463 
9,394 

698 

2,983 

11,502 

7,513 

3,136 

10,763 

5,704 

11,720 

951 
16,457 

502 



♦Projection ia baaed on a continuation of the 1970-1980 pattern. 
July 1, 1982 estimate. 



It does not take into account the 



Source: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Final Report PC (1)-A1, 1970, United States; 
Final Report PC-80-1-A, United States; State Population Estimates: Revised Methodology for 
the 1980's and Illustrative Estimates (July 1, 1981 and 1982), released September 13, 1983; 
Current Population Reports, Population Estimates and Projections, Series P-25, No. 937, issued 
August 1983. 



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NO. 7 



MIGRATION TO AND FROM MARYLAND: 1975-1980 
BY STATE 



STATE 



FROM MARYLAND 



TO MARYLAND 



New England 




Maine 


2,774 


New Hampshire 


2,418 


Vermont 


1,314 


Massachusetts 


9,817 


Rhode Island 


1,664 


Connecticut 


5,530 


Middle Atlantic 




New York 


17,438 


New Jersey 


14,343 


Pennsylvania 


44.237 


East North Central 
Ohio '" 


12,087 


Indiana 


4,478 


Illinois 


8,497 


Michigan 


7,249 


Wisconsin 


2,863 


West North Central 




Minnesota 


2,724 


Iowa 


1,515 


Missouri 


4,077 


North Dakota 


638 


South Dakota 


540 


Nebraska 


2,155 


Kansas 


2,202 


South Atlantic 




Delaware 


11,604 


MARYLAND (internal flow) 


1,270,377 


District of Columbia 


22,599 


Virginia 


73,785 


West Virginia 


17,364 


North Carolina 


22,122 


South Carolina 


9,226 


Georgia 


11,687 


Florida 


52,902 


East South Central 




Kentucky 


3,881 


Tennessee 


7,328 


Aljb ima 


4,287 


Mississippi 


3,176 


West South Central 




Arkansas 


2,313 


Louisiana 


4,076 


Oklahoma 


3,646 


Texas 


20,632 


Mountain 




Montana 


958 


Idaho 


959 


Wyoming 


688 


Colorado 


7,880 


New Mexico 


2,165 


Arizona 


6,268 


Utah 


1,879 


Nevada 


1,611 


Pacific 




Washington 


6,567 


Oregon 


2,170 


California 


31,685 


Alaska 


1,160 


Hawaii 


3,291 



MARYLAND TOTAL 



486,469 



1,999 
1,564 
850 
10,285 
1,726 
7,082 



36,254 
18,962 
38,733 



11,143 
3,708 
7,911 
6,137 
2,308 



1,472 
1,239 
3,723 
331 
374 
1,149 
2,269 



10,891 

79,087 

47,819 
6,356 

12,052 
5,105 
6,764 

17,230 



2,984 
4,013 
3,490 
1,5 70 



1,268 
2,042 
1,441 
9,736 



254 

404 

284 

3,845 

1,409 

2,201 

1,245 

592 



3,529 

889 

21,707 

1,356 

2,934 

411,716 



U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 
Census of Population , Supplementary Report PC80-S1-9, 
issued March 1983. 



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NO. 9 
POPULATION DENSITY OF MARYLAND SUBDIVISIONS RANKED BY DENSITY: APRIL 1, 1980 











POPULATION 




LAND AREA 


POPULATION 


DENSITY 


SUBDIVISION 


IN SQ. MI. 


FOR APRIL 1, 1980 


PEOPLE\SQ. MI. 


MARYLAND 


9,836.76 


4,216,975 


428.7 


Baltimore City 


80.34 


786,775 


9,793.1 


Prince George's 


487.01 


665,071 


1,365.6 


Montgomery 


495.44 


579,053 


1,168.8 


Baltimore 


597.60 


655,615 


l,097.'l 


Anne Arundel 


418.37 


370,775 


886.2 


Howard 


251.00 


118,572 


472.4 


Harford 


447.64 


145,930 


326.0 


Washington 


454.97 


113,086 


248.6 


Carroll 


451.98 


96,356 


213.2 


Allegany 


420.76 


80,548 


191.4 


Frederick 


662.72 


114,792 


173.2 


Wicomico 


379.10 


64,540 


170.2 


Cecil 


359.55 


60,430 


168.1 


Calvert 


213.23 


34,638 


162.4 


Charles 


451.58 


72,751 


161.1 


St. Mary's 


372.54 


59,895 


160.8 


Talbot 


258.62 


25,604 


99.0 


Caroline 


320.79 


23,143 


72.1 


Queen Anne's 


371.86 


25,508 


68.6 


Worcester 


474.86 


30,889 


65.0 


Kent 


278.34 


16,695 


60.0 


Somerset 


338.41 


19,188 


56.7 


Dorchester 


593.22 


30,623 


51.6 


Garrett 


656.83 


26,498 


40.3 



Sources: Land area compiled by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, Geography 
Division, Computer Graphics Staff, 1981. U.S. Department of 
Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 Census of Population, 
Final Report PC80-1-B22 Maryland. 



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NO. 10 
POPULATION OF PLACES IN MARYLAND: 1960 to 1980 



Incorporated Pieces 
Census Designated 
Pieces 



Counties 



Uxntrr town Harford 

Aberdeen Ptovng Ground (CDP) Harford 

Acoden' town Garre~ 

Accokee* (CDP! Pnnce George S . 

Adtlprv (CD* 1 rrm George s . 

Andrews AF8 (CDP, rrm George s . 

Amopoh crty Am* Arunde... 

Arbutus (CDP) Botnmort 

AroV on Hit fnn m (CDP) Arm* Arond*!... 

Arnold (CDP) Ame Arundel... 



AsMon- Sandy Senas (CDP) Montgomery . 

Aspen Hi (CD*') Ataitgomery . 

Borhrnor* crty i^m M .... 

Barclay town kwn Ann* s 

Borncsvat town ........ Montgomery . 

torfon town Atego n y 

Boy lodge (CDP) Ann» Anmdtl. 

Bedford Rood (CDf. Afcoony 

Bri Ar town Harford 

64 Ar North (CDP) Harford 



ir A. South (CDPj Harford 

Bern*** (CD", Km* George s . 

Beetm town Worcester 

Berwyn Haghts town Pnm George s . 

Bethesdo (CDP) Montgomery ... 

Bertertor, town Kent 

BtooVofaurn town ttwKt George s . 

Boonsboro row Washinaior, 

Bow* aty Prric* George s . 

B/oddock Hearts (CDP) 



• (CDPi Pnnc* George i . 

Brentwood town Pmce George i . 

Bndoroo" (CDP, Washington 

Brook*v3le town Montgomery ... 

BrooWyr Pork (CD"/ Anne Arundel... 

Brookvww town Dorchester 

Brunswick town. Frederick 

Bryons Rood ICDP Charles 

Burkr-tsviHe towr nmdenci 

Burtonsva* (CDP) Montgomery ... 

Cobr Jonr^Brookmont (CDP) Mo n tgomery ... 

Cartorno (CDP) St Mory s 



Cotwrlon (CDP! Total 

Montgomery (pi m) ... 

Pnree George s (pi n) . 

Combndoe crty . Dorchest*?. .......... 

Camp Spnngs (CDP" Pnnc* George's 

Cope St Oorr« (CDP. Ame Arunde' 

Caprrrjl Heights town Pmce Georges 

Cormody rHb-Ptppe- Ml Vaogr 

(CDP, Pmce George s 

Carney (CDP) Barnmort 



Co»code-«orrf»ld ((DPI lotol 

Frederick (pi m) ... 

Washmgron (pi n) . 

Caronsvae (CDP, _., Bommore 

Covetow (CDP; Washington 

CarJton towr. Cad* 

Cermevfc town Queen Anne s 

«r, Ceo 



Chortotte Ho* [CDP). 



loto! 

Charles (pi in) ... 
Si Mory s (pi ml 

Cohre" 

Ceal 

Kent 

►Vine* George s 



Chesapeake Beocn town ... 

Chesapeake Crty town 

Chesterrown town 

Chevern/ town 

Chevy Chase (CDP. 

Chevy Chose Section tour town 

Chevy Chase ewaat town Montgomery 

Oakm- (CDP! Pnnct Gaorge s 

Church Creak town Dorchester 



Church 43 town Quaen Arm* s .. 

Qeor Sprno town WcBhjngton _ _ . . 

CIrrron (CDP; Pernor George s . 

Dover m (CDP) Fredenct 

Ooverty (CDP) 

CodurysveV (CDP) 

Coktsvae (CDP) M un t umn ry ... 

Coleoe Pork crty fence George s . 

Cornor Manor town rrm George j . 

Conrad Port (CDP. 



CrJumbo (CDP, 

Gorol H*s (CDP) Prwc* George i . 

Co mgu wa i (CDP) Maaxv 

Conog* Oy town „ Prove George s . 

Crtsoptown, (CDP, Alagony 

Cnsfi**; cry Somerset 

Crortor (CDP, Asm Arundel... 

Gffnfierlond at) ............ Alagony ...... 

Damascus (CDP". Montoornert ... 

Daa» (CDP. Am Amnde 1 ... 



D»»no town ... 
Dwtofl tw^ _ _ _ 
Daoovery (CDP). 



Carokn*. 




11 533 
5 722 

246 
3 8<r4 

12 53C 

10 064 
3) 740 

20 163 
2 303 

12 285 

2 659 

47 455 

7B6 775 

132 

141 

617 

1 96V 

1 747 

7 814 
5 043 

8 4r-i 
12 760 

2 162 

3 135 
62 736 

356 

7 691 

1 90fc 

33 695 

4 223 

1 3>9 

2 98f 

3 626 
120 

11 5oe 

7e 

4 572 
3 739 

202 

2 046 

5 135 

5 770 

7 649 

3 444 

4 205 

11 703 

16 ne 

6 02? 
3 771 

5 57 i 

21 486 

1 096 

46 

I 05C 

33 206 

1 533 
506 

2 018 
720 

1 901 

888 

I 013 

1 406 
89<5 

3 300 
5 751 

12 23? 

3 189 

2 118 
32 775 

124 

319 
477 

16 436 
1 724 
5 153 

17 013 
14 359 
23 614 

1 28( 
1 115 

57 518 

11 60? 
1 020 

1 122 

4 645 

2 92* 

12 009 
25 933 

4 129 

3 006 

486 
I 23? 

1 927 

2 326 



12 375 

7 403 

237 



6 416 
"30 095 
22 745 



•16 823 

■905 767 

187 

162 

723 



6 307 

2 771 

3 360 
8 912 
1 94? 
3 934 

71 621 

327 

•7 977 

I 410 

35 02S 



3 4?6 

136 

13 896 

95 

3 566 

221 

'5 I?? 



6 543 

2 732 

3 811 
11 595 

'21 387 
1 689 
■3 835 

•6 335 



54 812 

581 

I 853 
721 



934 

1 03! 

3 476 
•6 806 
16 424 

2 266 
2 265 

35 656 
130 

247 
49« 



9 455 

26 156 
1 715 



8 8'5 
•9 072 

993 

1 731 

3 076 

4 476 

n 724 

2 636 
I 059 

310 
I 191 
1 $61 



9 679 

23"/ 



23 365 
22 40? 



939 0?4 
14? 
145 

731 



4 300 



? 046 

2 376 
56 527 

32e 

3 103 
1 211 
1 072 



3 693 

140 



83 

3 555 



206 



12 239 
3 138 



37 37? 

596 

1 863 

711 



731 

1 104 
3 60? 
5 223 

2 243 
2 405 

146 

263 

486 



18 482 
I 772 



1 099 
1 6BC 
3 54. 



379 
I 29! 
I 936 



Incorporated Pieces 
Census Designated 
Places 



Counties 



Dtsmci Heights dry rYmct George s . 

Dodge Pork (CDP, Pfmce George s . 

Dorsey (CDPj 



Total 

Am* Arundel (pi 
Howord (p1 m) _. 

Oundoll (CDP Baltimore 

Eagic Horbo' towr ftmce George s .. 

Sasi Nev> Morkf town Dorchester 

tosion town Tobo' 

6os' RiveroWe (CD"! Pnnce George s .. 

Edition Wines 'CDP! AKegony 

fdgemer* (CDPi Bolfimore 

Edgewood (CDP. Horford 

tdmonston town . Pnnce George j .. 



BdersDurg (CDPi Carroll 

fWorodo town Dorchester 

flkion towr Cecil 

Hkoti Cny (CDP! Howord 

rmmrrsburg town Frederick 

Eise» (CDP, •othrnor* 

toirtond (CDP Montgomery ... 

torrmoum Hetgnrs town Pnnce George s . 

tollsion (CDP Horford 

rederolsburg town Caroline 



remdote (CDP, Anne Arundel... 

Forts' rteignn town Prince George s . 

Foresrvil* (CD* Pnnce George s . 

For- Meoc* (CD 1, Anne Arunde' .. . 

For Rrt** (CD r , Washington 

FouniOT HeoC (CDP. Washington 

Frederick cry Fredenck 

friend'. (CD Pnnce George s . 

toendsvnl* tow- Gomef 

frosrourg aty Allegany 



FrurHand aty Wicomico 

Funksrow low Woshmgion 

Garmersbu'g :ny Mortoome^ 

Gotenc tow Kenl 

Golestow tow- Dorcneste' 

Gorref Po-k row Montgomery ... 

Germomow" (CDP, Montgomery ... 

Gtassmonc 'CDP, Pnnce George s . 

Glenoid*" towr Prince George s . 

Glen Borm* (CDP, Am* Arundel... 



Glen Echo tow Montgomery ... 

Glenn Dole (CDP/ ftwict George s . 

Goddard (CD 1- Pnnce Georoes . 

Odder Beocr (CDP. St Mory s 

Goldsborc tow Caroline 

GnrjntsmHe towr Gorrett 

Grosorville (CDP, Queen Ann* s .. 

Greenber 1 aty Pnnce George s . 

Green Hover. (CDP) Am* Arundel... 

Greensboro town Caroline 



Greer Volley (CDr, Frederick 

Moors tow aty Washington .. 

Horfwo, (CDP, Washington .. 

Hompsf*od towr Carroll 

Hompion (CDP. Bommore 

Hancock tow Washington .. 

Hovr* dr Grace oty._ Horford 

Hebron town Wicomico 

HenoVso' row Caroline 

Herold HorbO' (CDP; Am* Arunde'. 

Highland Beocn town Ame Arundel- 



H-ondole (CDP) Total 

Montgomery (pi m) ... 

Pmce George s (pi m! , 

Ffllcrest Hejohts (CDP) Frnct George s 

ttwsboro town Caroline 

Wsmere Shores (CDP) Am* Arundel 

Hughesviie (CDP) Chortes 

FFrtxJ town Dorchester 

HvortsviH* cm, Prwict George s 

Indwn Heod town Chortei 

kxkor. Heod FVjm (CDP, Charles 

Jorrtmvile (CDP) „ 



Jtssup (CDP) Total 

Am* Arundel (pi «i) . 

Howord (pi »i) 

Jopoctowne (CDP) Horford 

Keedysv** row Woshmgior 

Kerorigton town Montgomery 

Kenttarx! (CDP, Pmce George s 

Kenning (CDP, Frnce George s 

Ifjngstow (CDC, Queen Ann* s 

IGngsvilie (CDP, Bamno'e 

Krrzmillervae town . Gorreti 

Lake Shrjr* (CDP Arm* Arundel 



Londove- (CDP. Pnnce George s . 

H*s town Pnnce George s . 



Longley Pork (CDP; : Total 

Montgomery Ipi mi .. 

Pnnce Georue s (P' m) 
Lrmhrjrn-SeoBrook (CDP/ Pnnce George s 




6 799 

5 275 

1 186 
963 
223 
71 293 
45 
230 

7 536 
14 117 

1 333 
9 076 
19 455 
1 109 

4 959 

93 

6 468 
21 784 

I 552 
39 614 

5 154 
1 616 
5 572 

1 952 

14 314 

2 999 

16 40! 
14 083 

I 754 

1 745 
28 086 

8 846 
511 

7 715 

2 694 
I 10? 

26 4?i 
374 
14? 

1 176 

9 721 

7 751 

4 993 
37 263 

229 

5 106 

6 147 

2 096 
186 

49e 
1 910 

17 33? 
6 577 
1 253 

4 504 
34 132 

8 65« 
1 293 

5 220 
I 887 

8 763 
714 
156 

1 266 

8 

9 686 
■7 251 

2 435 
17 021 

180 
? 97? 
1 206 
I 690 
12 709 
I 381 
I 154 
I 485 

4 288 

3 586 
702 

II 348 

476 

1 82? 

8 596 

6 972 

1 19? 

2 824 
387 

10 181 

5 374 

1 42e 

14 036 

2 924 

11 114 

15 814 



'7 846 



85 377 

'14 

251 

6 809 
8 941 

10 352 

8 551 
1 441 

1 739 
99 

5 362 
"9 435 

I 532 
38 193 

I 972 

1 917 

9 929 

■3 497 
'16 417 
16 699 

2 126 

2 029 
23 641 

566 

7 327 

2 315 
1 051 

8 344 
36' 
123 

■I 276 



'4 447 
38 608 

297 

10 584 

.231 
512 

1 182 
18 199 

1 173 



35 862 

6 106 

961 

•1 881 

9 79! 

705 

135 



19 520 
9 529 
9 991 

24 037 
177 



I 056 
14 998 

1 350 
1 449 



9 09? 

43: 

2 32? 

9 649 



5 597 
■2 409 



11 564 



11 564 
13 244 



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NO. 10 
POPULATION OF PLACES IN MARYLAND: 1960 to 1980 



wpofoted Places 
isus Designated 
aces 



Counties 



Bornmore. 

Oorv« .. 



Tee Jtorge 1 

■ S UMU w l Park (COT __ »*fgcj-v 

no 1DH Somerset 

fHvlie IOWI1 . . Motltoomerf 

ww St Mary s 

(tor (>»t (DPI Si Mot/ i 

am ;COT Am* Arundel.-. 



»n iCOT 

Height, town Garrett 

orw*3 town Alegonv 

ntown* iCOT Ame Arundei. 

6eooV-CaWt Beoch (COT Cotvert 

Greer COT Bommor* 

'own Aiegpny 

v**-r«noi»um (COT Bornmore 

tester town Carrol 

try (COT Charles 



Mo Spmgs town ._ Wkorrero .. 

w Heights (COT Pnttc* George's . 

W town Caroline 

Cry (COT Am* Amiytt... 

ansv*e (COT Washington 

(CD* Ame A/undel... 

Otopel (COT Bammore 

e Inver (COT Bammore 

Btown town Frederic* 

town AJkegany 



d <** 'COT Borhrrore. 



port town Total 

Kent !pt m) 

Sunn Anne's (pt «i) 

tamr^i /*oge 'COT Montgomery 

ngsde 'own Prmce '.mp i 

tow L3\£ ^jrt "Own __. Goj'el! --..- 



> -owe Toto) 

Comal pt m) ... 
Frederick (pt m) . 

i text aty Prmce George > .. 

i Sovoor ICOT AJboony 

vie* "own Frederick 

Academy (COT Am Arundel 

orrc*ion aty Pmce George s .. 

Korke' "own Frederick 

Mndsor 'own Carrol 

Beoch 'own Colvert 

Bemesdo ICOT Montgomery 



Brentwood town Pmce George i . 

East 'own Ced ._ 

Kensmg'on COT Montgomery ... 

loutu iCDP) Howard 

td 'own Garrett 

nd (COT Carrol 

City 'own Wormier 

on !CDP) Ante Anindel.. . 

(CDP) Montgomery... 

rd n* (COT Woshmcton 



» (COT Borbmore 

JS MilH (COT Bornmore 

drown Talbot 

Hi (COT Pmce GeoVgeV! 

» Port (CDP) Prince Georg* s . 

xxmt (COT _ Washington 

* (COT Bornmore 

I <COT Arm* Arundel... 

COT Ame Arundel... 

'COT Bammore 



b(COT 
towr. Ced 

f* (COT Borrtnorelll! 

*•» town _ Wicomco 

tmiHJs (COT Harford 

K*e Gfy dry Worcester ... 

p* town Montgomery . 

Oeposrt town Ced 

t'obocco Vloge town Charles 

j 1 * (COT Montgomery . 



|tec Heights (COT Charte 

|w Port-Sowing Green (COT - Alegony 

m town Carofne 

fredenrt (COT Cohen '." 

« Ame town Somerset 

"^v 'COT Am Arundel. 



""Mm totol 

Queen Arm* s (pt in) 

Tofcot lot m) 

isrown town Queen Ann* s 

t Orchord (COT .'. Montgomery .'"".'. 

*?'»«" ICOT Bornmore 



>d iCOT . 



Montgomery . 



rw »«» l ICOT Bornmore 

\ nMm Corokne. 

** town. _ Ced 




16 75v 
2 484 
5 557 

12 103 

5 523 
I 687 

195 

I 448 

10 361 

7 457 

26 908 

503 

I 420 

6 052 
1 203 
I 626 

329 

17 B54 
I 830 
1 189 

320 

5 824 

152 

6 949 

1 707 

2 795 
5 213 

26 756 

I 748 

601 

20 354 

546 

512 

34 

18 725 
I 395 

1 597 

2 450 
I 910 

540 

7 361 
1 640 

432 

5 367 

12 632 
306 
799 

I 504 
22 671 

580 

I 46« 
9 03« 

6 093 

1 994 

2 242 
4 946 

13 270 
13 026 

1 589 

12 965 
9 526 

754 
36 267 

7 986 
1 878 

35 159 

3 377 
7 439 

13 455 

1 819 

2 018 
22 555 

519 



2 790 

3 558 
3 428 

664 

40 

40 402 



2 456 
2 275 
498 
I 805 
I 499 
5 666 

259 
131 

128 

491 

5 107 

25 927 

10 759 

19 385 

933 

I 160 



17 77C 
1 561 

10 525 
3 971 

293 
I 406 
9 136 
•9 775 



507 
I 572 
3 864 



424 

24 055 
1 466 



356 

176 

7 102 

1 069 

2 154 

19 935 

1 262 
665 



474 
435 

39 

'1 659 
I 263 

I 825 

1 311 

514 

8 180 

1 413 

450 

'14 870 
339 
788 
761 



758 
1 813 



I 786 

I 256 

1 493 
5 9B9 

2 138 



•13 124 

7 360 
750 

•13 642 

8 172 

■33 589 



5 446 



2 091 
24 159 

477 
1 754 

3 573 
349 
906 



1 983 

2 253 
509 

975 
'6 425 

292 

141 
151 
387 

33 683 

12 568 

822 
956 



13 134 
I 2U 



8 503 
3 922 



196 

I 281 



476 
2 077 



587 

12 265 

I 108 



360 
130 



10 825 

1 036 

737 



408 
334 

74 

1 708 
975 

1 352 

985 

367 

9 855 

1 639 

355 

3 385 
358 
738 

606 



864 

1 628 



983 
I 914 



10 795 

3 810 

852 



27 236 



674 

18 737 

488 

3 329 
298 
953 



469 
1 35 



283 
100 
183 
355 



4 216 
88« 
824 



Incorporated Plocis 
Census Designated 
Places 



Counties 



Brvo iCDP) Ame Arundel... 

^verdole 'own tSnc* Georoe s . 

Srvtrn Beoch iCOPl Ame Arundel... 

Port moI town Kent 

Rockville crry Monrgomery ... 

Rosedale iCOT - Bornmore 

Rosemont town Frederick 

Rossvid* (COT Bornmore 

St Cnones COT Charles 

St Michaels 'own ToSiot 



Salisbury ofy Wicomco 

Sovooe-Gwltord (CDP) Howard 

Seal IVosont aty Pmce Georoe s . 

Secretory town Dorchester 

Security (COT Bornmore 

Selby-on-me-Boy (CDP) Ame Arundel... 

Severn (CDP1 Anne Arundel... 

Sevemo Pork (CDP) Ame Arundel... 

Shody Side (COT Ame Arundel-.. 

Shorpsburg town Washington 



Shorptown town Wic 

Silver Spring (CDP) AAontgornery ... 

Smimsburg town Washmgron 

Snow M.H town Worcester 

Somerset town . Montgomery .-. 

South Gote (CDP) Anne Arundel... 

South Kensington (CDP) Montgomery ... 

Sooth laurel (CDP) Pnnce George s . 

Sudlersville town Queen A/me s .. 

Surttond-Sitver H* (CDP) Pnnce George s . 



Sykesvihe town Carrol 

Tokomo Port cry Total 

Montgomery (pt m) ... 

Pnnce George s (pt m) , 

Tanevtown aty Carrol 

lontalon (CDP) Pmce George s 

Temple Hi#s (CDP) ?nna George s 



Templevilte town lata) 

Corokne (Bt *>!.. 
Queen Ame s 'pt 

Thurmont town 

Towson (CDP) 

Troppe town Tofcot 

Umon Budge town Corral 

Unrversity Pork town Prince George's . 

Upper Morlboro town Pnnce George s . 

Vienno town Dorchester 

WoWorf (CDP1 Charles 

Wolker Mill (CDP) Prmce George s . 



WolkersvtHe town Frederick 

Washington Grove town Montgomery . 

Westernpon town Ajlegony 

Westminster aty CarroU 

Westminster South (CDP) Carrol 

Wheofon~C4enmont (CDP1 Montgomery 

White Oak (CDP) Montgomery . 

White Ploins (CDP) Chanes 

Willords town Wicomico 

Williomtpon town Washington.. 



Woodkrwn ICOT Prmce George s . 

Woodsboro town 



1980 



1970 



5? 

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305 
6i6 
921 
301 



16 429 

2 928 

5 217 
487 

29 453 

3 125 

20 147 

21 253 
2 877 

721 

654 
72 893 

833 

2 192 

I 101 

24 165 

9 344 

18 034 

443 

32 164 

1 712 

16 231 
I) 331 

4 900 

2 618 
9 945 

6 630 

96 

a 

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2 934 

51 083 

739 

927 

2 536 

828 

300 

9 782 

10 651 

2 212 

527 

2 706 
8 806 

3 521 
48 598 
13 700 

5 167 
540 

2 153 

5 306 

506 



5 7?4 
7 464 

I 1 25 

•42 739 

19 4W 

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1 456 

15 252 

2 116 
7 217 

352 

2 450 

16 358 

1 562 
833 

660 

•77 411 

671 

2 201 
I 303 
9 356 

10 289 

13 345 

417 

■30 163 

1 399 

18 507 

'12 537 

5 970 

I 731 



i960 



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426 
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2 926 
646 
358 

7 368 
'6 902 

1 269 

688 

3 106 
7 207 

2 242 
66 280 



494 
2 270 



6 802 
439 



Source: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, Final 
Report PC80-1-A22 Maryland. 



4 389 

4 9c; 

I 0'3 
26 0°0 

212 



I 484 

16 302 

l 341 

5 365 

351 



861 

620 
66 348 

586 
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I 196 

16 799 

11 545 
5 254 
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356 


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3 091 


673 


420 


1 048 


1 020 


576 


3 559 


6 123 


54 635 


531 


1 853 


430 



NO. 11 

PERSONS IN MARYLAND BY NATIVITY AND PLACE OF BIRTH 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1980 













NATIVE 












BORN IN STATE 


BORN 


IN 


BORN ABROAD, 


FOREIGN 




TOTAL 


OF 


RESIDENCE 


DIFFERENT STATE 


AT SEA, ETC. 


BORN 


MARYLAND 


4,021,394 


2 


,262,789 




1 


,727,916 


30,689 


195,581 


Allegany 


79,880 




59,103 






20,604 


173 


668 


Anne Arundel 


359,572 




205,163 






149,125 


5,284 


11,203 


Baltimore City 


762,108 




553,433 






206,481 


2,194 


24,667 


Baltimore 


628,523 




458,352 






167,663 


2,508 


27,092 


Calvert 


34,123 




20,423 






13,515 


185 


515 


Caroline 


22,905 




16,407 






6,379 


119 


238 


Carroll 


95,074 




70,382 






24,204 


488 


1,282 


Cecil 


59,436 




30,401 






28,722 


313 


994 


Charles 


71,310 




36,802 






33,890 


618 


1,441 


Dorchester 


30,253 




25,062 






5,113 


78 


370 


Frederick 


113,063 




73,685 






38,713 


665 


1,729 


Garrett 


26,428 




18,267 






8,109 


52 


70 


Harford 


141,736 




88,798 






51,414 


1,524 


4,194 


Howard 


113,206 




56,643 






55,489 


1,074 


5,366 


Kent 


16,460 




11,837 






4,575 


48 


235 


Montgomery 


508,925 




140,251 






361,679 


6,995 


70,128 


Prince George's 


625,035 




172,966 






445,467 


6,602 


40,036 


Queen Anne' s 


25,087 




18,892 






6,116 


79 


421 


St. Mary's 


58,726 




31,356 






26,772 


598 


1,169 


Somerset 


18,970 




14,826 






4,105 


39 


218 


Talbot 


25,135 




18,083 






6,941 


111 


469 


Washington 


111,535 




77,346 






33,505 


684 


1,551 


Wicomico 


63,671 




43,373 






20,137 


161 


869 


Worcester 


30,233 




20,938 






9,198 


97 


656 


Source: U.S. Dep< 


artment of Commerce, Bureau o 


f the 


Census, 1980 


Census of Populat 


Lon and 


Housing, 


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NO. 19 

COMPARATIVE POPULATION ESTIMATE AND VITAL STATISTICS DATA, BY RACE 

FOR MARYLAND REGIONS, 1980 



















INFANT 




POPULATION 






INFANT 


BIRTH 


DEATH 
RATE (1) 


MORTALITY 


RACE AND REGION 


JULY 1, 1980 


BIRTHS 


DEATHS 


DEATHS 


RATE^ 1 ) 


RATE< 2) 


TOTAL 


4,223,790 


59,833 


34,025 


844 


14.2 


8.1 


14.1 


Northwest Area 


335,400 


4,609 


3,051 


54 


13.7 


9.1 


11.7 


Baltimore Metro Area 


2,176,600 


30,553 


19,726 


425 


14.0 


9.1 


13.9 


Nat'l Capital Area 


1,245,620 


17,868 


7,223 


276 


14.3 


5.8 


15.4 


Southern Area 


168,580 


2,875 


987 


32 


17.1 


5.9 


11.1 


Eastern Shore Area 


297,590 


3,928 


3,038 


57 


13.2 


10.2 


14.5 


WHITE 


3,365,850 


40,428 


26,828 


426 


12.8 


8.5 


11.4 


Northwest Area 


320,780 


4,355 


2,963 


50 


13.6 


9.2 


11.5 


Baltimore Metro Area 


1,585,730 


19,852 


14,686 


212 


12.5 


9.3 


10.7 


Nat'l Capital Area 


888,170 


11,178 


6,016 


150 


12.6 


6.8 


13.4 


Southern Area 


133,840 


2,205 


768 


20 


16.5 


5.7 


9.1 


Eastern Shore Area 


237,330 


2,838 


2,395 


30 


12.0 


10.1 


10.6 


ALL OTHER RACES 


1,057,940 


19,405 


7,197 


382 


18.3 


6.8 


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Northwest Area 


14,620 


254 


88 


4 


17.4 


6.0 


15.7 


lial timore Metro Area 


590,870 


10,701 


5,040 


213 


18.1 


8.5 


19.9 


Nat'l Capital Area 


357,450 


6,690 


1,207 


126 


18.7 


3.4 


18.8 


Southern Area 


34,740 


6 70 


219 


12 


19.3 


6.3 


17.9 


Eastern Shore Area 


60,260 


1,090 


643 


27 


18.1 


10.7 


24.8 



(1) 



(2) 



Per 1,000 population. 



Per 1,000 live births 



NOTE 



The geographic regions of the State and the political subdivisions they include are 



Northwest 

Area 

Garrett 
Allegany 
Washington 
Frederick 



Southern 
Area 
Calvert 
St. Mary's 
Charles 



Baltimore 
Metro Area 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Anne Arundel 
Carroll 
Howard 
Harford 



Nat'l Capital 

Area 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 



Eastern Shore 
Area 



Cecil 

Kent 

Queen Anne's 

Caroline 

Talbot 

Dorchester 



Wicomico 
Somerset 
Worcestei 



Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health 
Statistic?, Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1980 , issued March 1983. 



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NO. 20 

MARRIAGE BY RESIDENT STATUS AND TYPE OF CEREMONY, BY POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION OF OCCURRENCE: 1981 









MARRIAGES BY 


RESIDENCE (1 ^ 


TYPE OF CE 

RELIGIOUS 
NUMBER 


REMONY 




POLITICAL SUB- 
DIVISION OF 
OCCURRENCE 


TOTAL 


MARYLAND (2) NON- 
RESIDENTS^ * RESIDENTS (3) 


CIVIL 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


Maryland 


47,128 


37,481 


9,647 


20.5 


30,039 


17,089 


36.3 


Western Maryland 
















Garrett 


888 


253 


635 


71.5 


423 


465 


52.4 


Allegany 


1,170 


755 


415 


35.5 


699 


471 


40.3 


Washington 


1,990 


1,131 


859 


43.2 


1,043 


947 


47.6 


Frederick 


1,142 


976 


166 


14.5 


827 


315 


27.6 


Baltimore SMSA 
















Baltimore City 


7,307 


7,059 


248 


3.4 


4,915 


2,392 


32.7 


Baltimore County 


6,149 


5,844 


305 


5.0 


4,538 


1,611 


26.2 


Anne Arundel 


3,669 


3,352 


317 


8.6 


2,646 


1,023 


27.9 


Carroll 


979 


795 


184 


18.8 


656 


323 


33.0 


Howard 


1,213 


1,149 


64 


5.3 


782 


431 


35.5 


Harford 


1,461 


1,228 


233 


15.9 


895 


566 


38.7 


Nat'l Capital Area 
















Montgomery 


6,530 


4,999 


1,531 


23.4 


4,444 


2,086 


31.9 


Prince George's 


6,388 


5,524 


864 


13.5 


3,641 


2,747 


43.0 


Southern Maryland 
















Calvert 


294 


276 


18 


6.1 


221 


73 


24.8 


Charles 


693 


618 


75 


10.8 


379 


314 


45.3 


St. Mary's 


583 


557 


26 


4.5 


323 


260 


44.6 


Eastern Shore 
















Cecil 


3,715 


734 


2,981 


80.2 


1,386 


2,329 


62.7 


Kent 


187 


157 


30 


16.0 


145 


42 


22.5 


Queen Anne's 


171 


160 


11 


6.4 


131 


40 


23.4 


Caroline 


451 


238 


213 


47.2 


333 


118 


26.2 


Talbot 


316 


279 


37 


11.7 


269 


47 


14.9 


Dorchester 


243 


223 


20 


8.2 


220 


23 


9.5 


Wicomico 


870 


664 


206 


23.7 


617 


253 


29.1 


Somerset 


217 


195 


22 


10.1 


149 


68 


31.3 


Worcester 


502 


315 


187 


37.3 


357 


145 


28.9 



(1) 



(2) 
(3). 



Marriages refer to the number of ceremonies performed in Maryland areas — not the 
number of persons married. 

One or both partners were residents of Maryland. 



Both partners were non-residents of Maryland. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health 
Statistics, unpublished. 



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NO. 21 

BIRTHS AND BIRTH RATES BY RACE FOR MARYLAND 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS: 1980 







NUMBER OF BIRTHS 






BIRTH RATES 


(1) 


POLITICAL 






ALL 


OTHER 






ALL OTHER 


SUBDIVISION 


TOTAL 


WHITE 


RACES 


TOTAL 


WHITE 


RACES 


MARYLAND 


59,833 


40,428 


19 


,405 


14.2 


12.8 


18.3 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Garrett 


408 


406 




2 


15.3 


15.3 


11.8 


Allegany 


971 


942 




29 


12.1 


11.9 


18.0 


Washington 


1,461 


1,388 




73 


12.9 


12.9 


13.2 


Frederick 


1,769 


1,619 




150 


15.4 


15.0 


20.6 


BALTIMORE SMSA 
















Baltimore City 


12,322 


4,128 


8 


,194 


15.7 


12.0 


18.6 


Baltimore County 


7,824 


6,716 


1 


,108 


11.9 


11.4 


16.9 


Anne Arundel 


5,387 


4,503 




884 


14.5 


14.0 


17.8 


Carroll 


1,298 


1,262 




36 


13.4 


13.5 


10.1 


Howard 


1,707 


1,481 




226 


14.2 


14.4 


13.0 


Harford 


2,015 


1,762 




253 


13.7 


13.3 


17.2 


NATIONAL CAPITAL AREA 
















Montgomery 


7,394 


5,970 


1 


,424 


12.7 


12.0 


17.0 


Prince George's 


10,474 


5,208 


5 


,266 


15.7 


13.3 


19.2 


SOUTHERN AREA 
















Calvert 


586 


410 




176 


16.7 


15.2 


22.0 


Charles 


1,213 


944 




269 


16.5 


16.5 


16.7 


St. Mary's 


1,076 


851 




225 


17.9 


17.2 


21.2 


EASTERN SHORE 
















Cecil 


804 


750 




54 


13.3 


13.2 


15.0 


Kent 


194 


145 




49 


11.6 


11.2 


12.9 


Queen Anne's 


350 


281 




69 


13.6 


13.1 


16.2 


Caroline 


345 


268 




77 


14.9 


14.0 


19.2 


Talbot 


296 


209 




87 


11.5 


10.4 


15.7 


Dorchester 


377 


206 




171 


12.3 


9.6 


18.5 


Wicomico 


880 


588 




292 


13.6 


11.7 


19.9 


Somerset 


283 


154 




129 


14.7 


12.4 


19.1 


Worcester 


399 


237 




162 


12.9 


10.4 


19.4 



(1) 



Birth rates are per 1,000 population, 



Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for 
Health Statistics, Vital Statistics Annual Report 1980 , issued March 
1983. 



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NO. 23 

SELECTED MORTALITY DATA BY RACE, MARYLAND AND THE UNITED STATES 

1977-1980 













DEATH 


RATES (1 ^ 










TOTAL 




WHITE 




NONWHITE 


YEAR 


MARYLAND 




UNITED 
STATES 


MARYLAND 




UNITED 
STATES 


MARYLAND 


UNITE! 
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1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 


7.8 
8.0 
7.8 
8.1 




8.8 
8.8 
8.7 

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8.0 
8.4 
8.2 
8.5 




8.9 
9.0 
8.8 
N/A 


6.8 

6.7 
6.5 
6.8 


8.1 
8.1 
7.9 
N/A 



INFANT DEATH RATES PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS 



(2) 



1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 



14.4 
14.4 
14.6 
14.1 



14.1 


11.5 


12.3 


21.1 


21.7 


13.8 


11.5 


12.0 


20.9 


21.1 


13.1 


11.4 


11.4 


21.1 


19.8 


N/A 


11.4 


N/A 


19.7 


N/A 



NEONATAL DEATH RATES PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS 



(3) 



1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 



10.8 
11.0 
10.5 
10.2 



9.9 
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8.9 

N/A 



8.7 


8.7 


15.6 


14.7 


8.7 


8.4 


16.0 


14.0 


8.3 


7.9 


15.5 


12.9 


8.2 


N/A 


14.4 


N/A 



(1) 

(2) 
(3) 



Death rates are per 1,000 population. 
Death occurring to a person under one year. 
Death occurring to a person under 28 days. 



Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health 
Statistics, Annual Vital Statistics Report , 1980 issued March 1983. 



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DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACE FOR MARYLAND 
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NUMBER OF DEATHS 




DEATH RATES 


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TOTAL 


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MARYLAND 


34,025 


26,828 


7,197 


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Garrett 


239 


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945 


938 


7 


11.7 


11.9 


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26 


9.5 


9.7 


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Frederick 


791 


736 


55 


6.9 


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BALTIMORE SMS A 














Baltimore City 


9,776 


5,489 


4,287 


12.5 


16.0 


9.7 


Baltimore County 


5,501 


5,232 


269 


8.4 


8.9 


4.1 


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2,068 


284 


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6.4 


5.7 


Carroll 


637 


612 


25 


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6.5 


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556 


474 


82 


4.6 


4.6 


4.7 


Harford 


904 


811 


93 


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6.3 


NATIONAL CAPITAL AREA 














Montgomery 


3,678 


3,390 


288 


6.3 


6.8 


3.4 


Prince George's 


3,545 


2,626 


919 


5.3 


6.7 


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Calvert 


269 


218 


51 


7.7 


8.1 


6.4 


Charles 


381 


283 


98 


5.2 


4.9 


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St. Mary's 


337 


267 


70 


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Cecil 


450 


416 


34 


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Kent 


185 


139 


46 


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10.8 


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237 


188 


49 


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Caroline 


253 


200 


53 


10.9 


10.4 


13.2 


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333 


252 


81 


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374 


270 


104 


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650 


516 


134 


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238 


166 


72 


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10.7 


Worcester 


318 


248 


70 


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8.4 



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Death rates are per 1,000 population, 



Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for 
Health Statistics, Vital Statistics Annual Report 1980 , issued March 
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NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN MARYLAND: SEPTEMBER 30 , 1982 

BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



TOTAL ELEMENTARY* SECONDARY OTHER(l) 



MARYLAND 1261 776 311 174 

Allegany 30 18 8 4 

Anne Arundel 112 74 25 13 

Baltimore City 189 120 51 18 

Baltimore 156 102 35 19 

Calvert 15 6 4 5 

Caroline 10 4 5 1 

Carroll 31 16 6 9 

Cecil 27 14 6 7 

Charles 29 16 6 7 

Dorchester 13 6 3 4 

Frederick 44 25 10 9 

Garrett 17 10 2 5 

Harford 43 26 9 8 

Howard 49 27 10 12 

Kent 8 3 14 

Montgomery 160 104 44 12 

Prince George's 185 124 54 7 

Quenn Anne ' s 9 5 1 3 

St. Mary's 27 17 4 6 

Some? r set 14 5 3 6 

Talbot 10 5 3 2 

Washington 47 29 10 8 

Wicomico 23 15 7 1 

Worcester 13 5 4 4 

'Includes one one-teacher school in Somerset. 

(1) Includes middle and combined schools. 

Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Management 

Information Systems, N umber of Maryland Public Schools by 
Organization, Enrollment, and Staff, September 30, 1982 , 
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NO. 32 

AVERAGE NUMBER OF PUPILS BELONGING PER TEACHER AND PRINCIPAL, 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1981-1982 SCHOOL YEAR 



POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION TOTAL ELEMENTARY SECONDARY 



MARYLAND 15.6 15.9 15.3 

Allegany 15.2 15.7 L4.7 

Anne Arundel 16.1 15.7 16.4 

Baltimore City 16.1 16.1 16.1 

Baltimore 14.2 14.7 13.8 

Calvert 16.0 16.5 15.6 

Caroline 14.7 14.8 14.6 

Carroll 16.6 18.5 15.2 

Cecil 15.5 15.8 15.1 

Charles 16.0 15.5 16.4 

Dorchester 14.5 13.7 15.5 

Frederick 16.3 17.4 15.2 

Garrett 15.5 15.4 15.7 

Harford 16.4 16.9 16.0 

Howard 15.8 19.1 13.7 

Kent 14.6 19.0 12.1 

Montgomery 14.9 15.7 14.2 

Prince George's 16.7 15.3 18.2 

Queen Anne's 14.7 14.2 15.2 

St. Mary's 15.2 16.5 14.2 

Somerset 14.7 16.5 13.0 

Talbot 13.5 17.0 11.5 

Washington 15.4 17.5 13.8 

Wicomico 14.9 16.5 13.3 

Worcester 12.5 13.7 11.6 



Source: Unpublished data furnished by Maryland State Department of 
Education. 



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NO. 33 

ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY TEACHERS AND 
PRINCIPALS IN MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

1983 AND 1980 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1983 1980 1980-83 



MARYLAND 40366 44648 -9.59 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of 
Management Information Systems, Staff Employed at 
School and C entral Office Levels, Maryland Public 
Sc hools T 1982-83 and 197 9-80 . 



743 


797 


-6.78 


3768 


3972 


-5.14 


6696 


8011 


-16.41 


5604 


6191 


-9.48 


445 


455 


-2.20 


272 


283 


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1079 


1059 


1.89 


752 


713 


5.47 


961 


979 


-1.84 


286 


345 


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1335 


1269 


5.20 


308 


327 


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1609 


1805 


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1393 


1426 


-2.31 


167 


193 


-13.47 


5662 


610 5 


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5705 


6918 


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293 


268 


9.33 


655 


684 


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216 


233 


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259 


259 


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1108 


1241 


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699 


753 


-7.17 


351 


362 


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NO. 34 

COST PER PUPIL BELONGING: CURRENT EXPENSES, MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1981-82 SCHOOL YEAR 



POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION COST PER PUPIL BELONGING STATE AID PER PUPIL ($) 



Maryland Average $2,888 $540 

Montgomery 3,771 195 

Baltimore 3,234 418 

Worcester 3,134 134 

Kent 2,996 538 

Howard 2,968 469 

Calvert 2,910 417 

Prince George's 2,879 590 

Talbot 2,806 289 

Dorchester 2,747 652 

Allegany 2,697 683 

Queen Anne's 2,689 530 

Charles 2,612 674 

Anne Arundel 2,606 560 

St. Mary's 2,602 711 

Washington 2,588 634 

Baltimore City 2,564 718 

Frederick 2,538 603 

Wicomico 2,518 633 

Somerset 2,497 736 

Harford 2,493 665 

Cecil 2,454 708 

Caroline 2,423 743 

Garrett 2,358 689 

Carroll 2,299 618 



Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Facts about Maryland 
Public Education, 1982-83. 



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NO. 35 

LOCAL SALARY SCHEDULES FOR TEACHERS WTTII BACHELOR'S DECREE 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SHOOLS: 1.982-83 





POLITICAL 






NUMBER 


SUBDIVISION 


MINIMUM 


MAXIMUM 


OF STEPS 


Allegany 


$13,000 


$20,590 


14 


Anne Arundel 


13,433 


22,557 


11 


Baltimore City 


12,995 


22,430 


17 


Baltimore 


13,700 


21,021 


10 


Calvert 


13,700 


20,943 


10 


Caroline 


12,479 


18,550 


14 


Carroll 


12,760 


20,799 


14 


Cecil 


13,099 


21,638 


15 


Charles 


13,610 


20,150 


10 


Dorchester 


12,500 


17,700 


12 


Frederick 


13,146 


20,376 


12 


Garrett 


12,398 


18,092 


14 


Harford 


13,469 


22,520 


15 


Howard 


13,730 


21,040 


10 


Kent 


12,733 


20,571 


15 


Montgomery 


14,114 


21,734 


10 


Prince George's 


14,008 


19,191 


7 


Queen Anne' s 


11,700 


19,530 


14 


St. Mary's 


13,355 


18,879 


10 


Somerset 


11,622 


16,975 


11 


Talbot 


12,995 


18,082 


10 


Washington 


12,765 


19,233 


13 


Wicomico 


12,800 


19,600 


14 


Worcester 


12,772 


19,150 


10 



Note: Based on September-June school year. 

Source: Maryland State Department of Education, 
Facts About Maryland Public Education , 
1982-1983. 



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NO. 36 
HOLDING POWER OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN MARYLAND, 1972-1982 



GRADUATES AS A 
9TH GRADE ENROLLMENT PERCENTAGE OF 
FOUR YEARS EARLIER 9TH GRADE ENROLLMENT 



72,243 75.6 

71,980 75.1 

71,583 76.1 

73,758 74.9 

73,375 76.2 

72,350 76.7 

72,040 77.8 

70,460 78.5 

67,812 79.8 

65,303 80.9 

62,802 80.2 

Holding power refers to the number of graduates as percentage of 9th grade 
enrollment four years earlier. 

Source: Maryland Department of Education, Office of Management Systems, 
unpublished data. 



YEAR OF 


NUMBER OF 


GRADUATION 


GRADUATES 


1982 


54,621 


1981 


54,050 


1980 


54,491 


1979 


55,276 


1978 


55,880 


1977 


55,503 


1976 


56,063 


1975 


55,336 


1974 


54,128 


1973 


52,813 


1972 


50,370 



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NO. 38 

SOURCE OF CURRENT FUNDS AND DISBURSEMENTS, MARYLAND 
PUBLIC SHOOLS: SCHOOL YEARS 1981-82 AND 1979-80 



INCOME SOURCE OR 
DISBURSEMENT 



1981-82 

AMOUNT 

($) 



1979-80 

AMOUNT 

($) 



PERCENT OF TOTAL 
1981-82 1979-80 



Income Source * 
Federal Funds 
State Funds 
Local Funds 
Disbursements** 



$ 133,309,309 

597,776,230 

1,136,044,450 



$ 


142,631,180 


7.1 


8.4 




600,068,631 


32.0 


35.4 




952,175,354 


60.8 


56.2 



Instruction 


$1 


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$1 


,028,902,326 


60.1 


60.0 


Maintenance and Operation 




282,174,525 




219,848,417 


13.9 


12.8 


Other (2) 




376,585,627 




354,273,247 


18.5 


20.6 


Pupil Transportation 




101,566,956 




74,253,096 


5.0 


4.3 


Administration 




50,119,043 




39,114,357 


2.5 


2.3 



* Includes monies covering current expense for capital outlay, Teachers' Retirement 
and Social Security paid directly by the State, and federal and State funds for food 
service programs. Excludes income for school construction and debt service. 

**Excludes disbursements for school construction and debt service. 
(1). 



(2) 



Includes Special Education. 

Includes fixed charges, outgoing transfers, pupil personnel, health, food, student 
body activities, community services, food programs, teachers' retirement and Social 
Security. 



Source: Maryland Department of Education, Office of Management Information Systems, 
Selected Financial Data, Maryland Public Schools: 1981-82 ; Facts About 
Maryland Public Education, 1979-80. 



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NO. 39 

SOURCE OF REVENUE FOR GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES* 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 

SCHOOL YEAR 1981-82 







TOTAL . . 
REVENUE K ' 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 






SUBDIVISION 


APPROPRIATIONS 


OTHER v ' 


MARYLAND 


$1,867,632,280 


$597,776,230 


$133,309,309 


$1,112,509,340 


$23 


,535,1 


Allegany 


30,820,960 


12,649,513 


3,007,539 


14,420,796 




716,2 


Anne Arundel 


156,542,167 


55,213,850 


11,097,815 


88,696,845 


1 


,533,6 


Baltimore City 


292,842,042 


140,211,106 


40,857,041 


111,703,484 




70,4 


Baltimore 


262,648,253 


58,383,292 


10,285,209 


192,639,689 


1 


,340,C 


Calvert 


20,988,103 


5,335,837 


1,508,854 


13,513,350 




629,1 


Caroline 


10,138,199 


5,032,503 


1,346,021 


3,584,996 




174,6 


Carroll 


39,980,586 


16,725,567 


1,966,560 


21,016,546 




261, C 


Cecil 


27,562,963 


12,547,908 


1,789,799 


12,899,991 




295,6 


Charles 


41,329,579 


17,885,092 


3,300,324 


18,728,871 


1 


,412,5 


Dorchester 


13,433,897 


5,044,581 


1,945,540 


5,899,666 




540,4 


Frederick 


53,264,222 


19,254,312 


3,391,485 


29,659,189 




952,3 


Garrett 


12,283,964 


6,021,980 


1,710,779 


4,329,138 




220,5 


Harford 


65,796,311 


27,709,484 


4,050,294 


32,911,375 


1 


,125,1 


Howard 


68,407,121 


18,049,783 


2,337,912 


46,508,333 


1 


,508, C 


Kent 


7,194,639 


2,620,943 


780,312 


3,502,489 




285,7 


Montgomery 


323,850,836 


41,272,363 


11,672,888 


268,121,412 


2 


,784,1 


Prince George's 


298,427,893 


100,468,137 


18,557,261 


171,502,535 


7 


,708,1 


Queen Anne's 


11,473,385 


4,229,385 


969,549 


5,921,040 




326,2 


St. Mary's 


27,443,388 


12,795,487 


2,345,648 


11,848,874 




273,3 


Somerset 


8,815,887 


4,130,556 


1,963,015 


2,577,083 




144,7 


Talbot 


9,752,989 


2,061,510 


866,715 


6,583,791 




240,6 


Washington 


44,134,736 


17,069,148 


4,060,874 


22,761,061 




232,5 


Wicomico 


26,220,910 


1^,714,653 


1,956,695 


12,997,904 




551,6 


Worcester 


14,279,250 


2,349,240 


1,541,180 


10,180,882 




207,9 



*Includes revenue for purchase of replacement and additional equipment for current expense 
purposes, and federal and state revenue for food service operations. 



(1) 



(2) 



Includes nonrevenue sources: sale of property, net insurance proceeds, and other 
miscellaneous sources which may incure future obligations. 

Includes tuition, transfers of funds from school units in other states, and miscellaneou 
other sources. 



Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Management Information Systems, 
Selected Financial Data Maryland Public Schools: 1981-1982, Part 1 — Revenues , 
July 1983. 



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ENROLLMENT IN STATE ACCREDITED TWO YEAR COLLEGES: FALL 1982 



COLLEGE 



TOTAL 



FULL TIME 
TOTAL 



PART TIME 
TOTAL 



TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS 

Public Institutions, Total 
Allegany Community College 
Anne Arundel Community College 
Catonsville Community College 
Cecil Community College 
Charles County Community College 
Chesapeake College 
Community College of Baltimore 
Dundalk Community College 
Essex Community College 
Frederick Community College 
Garrett Community College 
Hagerstown Junior College 
Harford Community College 
Howard Community College 
Montgomery Community College-Rockville 
Montgomery Community College-Takoma Park 
Montgomery Community College-Germantown 
Prince George's Community College 
Wor-Wic Tech Community College 

Independent Institutions, Total 
Hagerstown Business College 
Maryland College of Art & Design 
Villa Julie College 



102,804 



31,508 



101,562 


30,641 


2,191 


1,305 


8,699 


2,462 


11,533 


2,599 


1,455 


294 


4,059 


908 


1,906 


517 


8,930 


3,942 


2,709 


484 


9,951 


2,841 


3,043 


959 


554 


270 


2,413 


938 


4,706 


1,324 


3,650 


782 


13,060 


4,583 


4,345 


1,211 


2,561 


442 


15,155 


4,577 


642 


203 


1,242 


867 


299 


295 


43 


24 


900 


548 



71,296 

70,921 

886 

6,237 

8,934 

1,161 

3,151 

1,389 

4,988 

2,225 

7,110 

2,084 

284 

1,475 

3,382 

2,868 

8,477 

3,134 

2,119 

10,578 

439 

375 

4 

19 

352 



Source: Maryland State Board for Higher Education, Record , November, 1982- 
January, 1983. 



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NO. 42 



ENROLLMENT IN STATE ACCREDITED FOUR YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FALL 198? 



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UNDERGRADUATES 


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GRAND TOTAL 


TIME 


TIME 


TIME 


TIME 


Total Emollment, All Institutions 


131,181 


69,534 


31,712 


11,465 


18,470 


Public Institutions, Total 


100,487 


55,857 


26,296 


7,478 


10,856 


State Colleges & Universities 












(under Bd. of Trustees of SU&C) 












Bowie State College 


2,233 


1,185 


561 


53 


434 


Coppin State College 


2,300 


1,597 


476 


44 


183 


Frostburg State College 


3,654 


2,747 


354 


79 


474 


Salisbury State College 


4,341 


2,988 


853 


44 


456 


Towson State University 


14,858 


9,119 


4,432 


124 


1,183 


University of Baltimore 


5,367 


1,006 


1,693 


1,192 


1,476 


Morgan State University 


4,721 


3,516 


716 


202 


287 


St. Mary's College 


1,296 


1,098 


198 






University of Maryland, Total 


61,717 


32,601 


17,013 


5,740 


6,363 


Baltimore City 


4,800 


1,134 


135 


2,725 


806 


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7,384 


5,434 


1,512 


185 


253 


College Park 


37,046 


24,305 


5,259 


2,816 


4,666 


Eastern Shore 


1,214 


966 


184 


8 


56 


University College 


11,273 


762 


9,923 


6 


582 


Independent Institutions, Total 


30,694 


13,677 


5,416 


3,987 


7,614 


Baltimore Hebrew College 


247 


33 


115 


99 




Capitol Institute of Tech. 


821 


441 


380 






Columbia Cultural Institute 


25 




5 


7 


13 


Columbia Union College 


753 


466 


287 






Eastern Christian College 


61 


45 


16 






Goucher College 


1,021 


812 


135 


35 


39 


Hood College 


1,650 


805 


236 


25 


584 


Johns Hopkins University 


9,957 


2,312 


1,430 


2,608 


3,607 


Loyola College 


6,103 


2,619 


800 


384 


2,300 


Maryland Institute of Art 


1,412 


750 


508 


72 


82 


Mount St. Mary's College 


1,696 


1,347 


63 


183 


103 


Ner Israel Rabbinical College 


297 


202 





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College of Notre Dame of MD 


1,668 


564 


1,104 






Peabody Institute of 












Johns Hopkins University 


418 


231 


25 


99 


63 


St Johns College 


395 


388 


7 






St. Mary's Seminary & Univ. 


317 


31 


1 


123 


162 


Soj ourner -Douglass 


452 


433 


19 






Washington Bible College 


530 


269 


167 


71 


23 


Washington College 


780 


670 


36 




74 


Washington Theological Coalition 273 






136 


137 


Western Maryland College 


1,818 


1,259 


82 


55 


422 


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NO. 46 

FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS TO UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, BY INSTITUTION 
AND TYPE OF ACTIVITY: FY 1980 



SUTE 1 INSTITUTION 



TOTAL. ALL 
ACTIVITIES 



(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS) 

'~^ZZ1 ACADEMIC SCIENCE/ENGINEERING 

RESEARCH FACIL FOR FELLOWSHIPS 

AND RJ.D INSTR IN TRAINEESHIPS 

DEVELOPMENT PLANT S1E 1/ TRNG GRANTS 



MA;*YLAN0. TOTAL 358.176 

AIIEGlNV COMMUNITY COL 606 

s*NE ARUNDEL CMTY COLLEGE 353 

eOilE STATE COLLEGE 872 

LaPITOL INST OF TECH 207 

«'ONSVILLE CHTY COLLEGE 1.181 

!L!L COMMUNITY COLLEGE 92 

CHARLES COUNTY CHTY COL 196 

CHESAPEAKE COLLEGE *07 

CMTY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 4.169 

COL OF NOTRE DAME OF MD 35* 

COLUMBIA UNION COLLEGE 586 

C0°P1N STATE COLLEGE 2.276 

DL'NDALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE 268 

ESSEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE 9*0 

FREDERICK COMMUNITY COL 1*2 

fSOSTBURG STATE COLLEGE 1,061 

jASRETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE 159 

CCJCHER COLLEGE 313 

-i::ER3T0WN JUNIOR COLLEGE 205 

H^tORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE 53* 

HOOD COLLEGE 3*8 

mohaRO COMMUNITY COLLEGE 221 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 260.977 

LOYOLA COLLEGE 823 

MARYLAND COL ART f. DESIGN 2* 

MARYLAND INST COL OF ART *52 

MONTGOMERY COLLEGE 1.526 

MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 3.7*5 

MOUNT ST HARY'S COL I MD ) 276 

NER ISRAEL RABBINICAL COL 51 

PEABODY INST-J HOPKINS U 62 

PRINCE GEORGES CHTY COL 1,30* 

SALISBURY STATE COLLEGE 8*0 

ST JOHN'S COLLEGE (MCI S92 

ST MARY'S COLLEGE OF MD 209 

ST MARY'S SEM t UN1Y 10 

TOHSON STATE UNIVERSITY 1,658 

U Of MD BALTIMORE COUNTY 3,202 

U OF MD EASTERN SHORE 2,725 

U OF MD UNIVERSITY COLL *0 

UNIV OF MARYLAND SYS OFF 1,271 

UNIV OF MD BALT PROF SCH 2*. 811 

UNIV OF MD COLLEGE PARK 36,*82 

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE 605 

VILLA JULIE COLLEGE 282 

MASH BIBLE COLLEGE 163 

MASH1NGT0N COLLEGE 8* 

HESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE 397 

HOR-HIC TECH CMTY COLLEGE 75 



303.382 




150 








57 



1 

8 




251.119 





295 







26 

33 
32 


36 

1,590 

1.573 

40 

360 

17,935 

30,129 















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78 









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8 




239.869 




172 








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1,507 

891 

*0 

306 

17,171 

26,367 





































3.183 




















105 









3*2 























227 




















15 
100 









7.682 





*S 









8 




1 







6,816 




107 














*52 
253 









GENERAL 
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726 






















55 

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2*1 

205 















OTHER 
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27 



















298 




16 















36 

28 

♦ 33 



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56 

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NON- 
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606 
353 
722 
207 

1,181 

92 

196 

♦07 

». 169 
35* 
586 

2.219 
268 
9*0 
1*2 

1,060 
159 
305 
205 
53* 
3*8 
221 

9.858 

823 

2* 

*52 

1.526 

3.*50 

276 

51 

62 

1,30* 

816 

559 

177 

10 

1,622 

1,612 

1.152 



911 

6,676 

6.353 

605 

282 

163 

8* 

397 

75 



NO. 47 

FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS TO UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, BY INSTITUTION AND AGENCY: 

FY 1980 



STATE 1 INSTITUTION 



(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS) 
COM 000 ED DOE 



NSF OTHER* 



MARYLAND, TOTAL 

ALLEGANY COMMUNITY COL 
ANNE ARUNDEL CMTY COLLEGE 
BOHIE STATE COLLEGE 
CAPITOL INST OF TECH 
CATONSVILLE CMTY COLLEGE 
CECIL COMHUNITY COLLEGE 
CHARLES COUNTY CMTY COL 
CHESAPEAKE COLLEGE 
CMTY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 
COL OF NOTRE DAME OF MD 
COLUMBIA UNION COLLEGE 
COPPIN STATE COLLEGE 
DUNDALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE 
ESSEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE 
FREDERICK COMMUNITY COL 
FROSTBURG STATE COLLEGE 
GARRETT COMHUNITY COLLEGE 
GOUCHER COLLEGE 
HAGERSTOMN JUNIOR COLLEGE 
HARFORD COMHUNITY COLLEGE 
HOOO COLLEGE 

HOHARD COHHUNITY COLLEGE 
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 
LOYOLA COLLEGE 
MARYLAND COL ART 1 DESIGN 
MARYLAND INST COL OF ART 
MONTGOHERY COLLEGE 
HORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 
HOUNT ST HARY'S COL I MO) 
NER ISRAEL RABBINICAL COL 
PEABODY INST-J HOPKINS U 
PRINCE GEORGES CMTY COL 
SALISBURY STATE COLLEGE 
ST JOHN'S COLLEGE I MD I 
ST MARY'S COLLEGE OF MO 
ST MARY'S SEM 1 UNIV 
TOHSON STATE UNIVERSITY 
U OF MD BALTIMORE COUNTY 
U OF HO EASTERN SHORE 
U OF HO UNIVERSITY COLL 
UNIV OF MARYLAND SYS OFF 
UNIV OF MD BALT PROF SCH 
UNIV OF HD COLLEGE PARK 
UNIVERSITY OF BALTIHORE 
VILLA JULIE COLLEGE 
HASH BIBLE COLLEGE 
HASHINGTON COLLEGE 
HESTERN HARYLANO COLLEGE 
HOR-HIC TECH CMTY COLLEGE 



358,176 


7,6*1 


1.201 


168.750 


40,203 


8,120 


2.322 


109,236 


483 


5.941 


13,162 


1.117 


606 











504 








100 














353 











336 








17 














872 











722 














150 








207 











207 























1. 181 











1,126 








55 














92 











92 























196 











188 








8 














♦07 











407 























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4.146 








23 














35* 











255 








99 














566 











544 








42 














2.276 











2.103 








21 





49 


8 


95 


268 











268 























9*0 











748 








192 














1*2 











140 








2 














1,061 











1,036 


24 


1 

















159 











159 























313 











305 

















8 





205 











205 























53* 











515 








19 














3*8 











348 























221 











182 








39 














260.977 


326 


3*7 


163, *90 


2,782 


3,750 


1.497 


62,137 


100 


1,279 


4,617 


652 


823 











823 























2* 











24 























♦ 52 











452 























1.524 











1,499 








27 














3.7*5 








21 


3.482 














226 


14 





276 











276 























51 











51 























62 











62 























1.30* 











1.264 








40 














6*0 


25 








791 








24 














592 











559 

















33 





209 











177 








32 














10 











10 























1.658 











1.585 








37 








36 





3.202 


91 








1.590 








1,220 








301 





2. 725 


971 





62 


1,010 


101 





249 


142 


190 








*0 





























40 





1.271 





128 





911 








44 


27 





26 


131 


2*. 811 


5 


93 


619 


200 


144 


225 


23,019 








504 





36,*82 


6.223 


633 


4.558 


6.515 


4.101 


599 


1.784 


214 


4.047 


7,564 


239 


605 











605 























282 











282 























163 











163 























8* 











64 























39 7 











397 























7S 











71 








4 















Source: National Science Foundation, Federal Support to Universities , 
Colleges, and Selected Nonprofit Institutions, FY 1980 . 



NO. 48 



DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICIANS AND NUMBER OF BEDS 
IN HOSPITALS IN MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER OF 
BEDS IN 
HOSPITALS 1 ' 
AS OF JAN. '83 


NUMBER OF 
BEDS IN 

LICENSED ... 
INSTITUTIONS ; 
AS OF DEC. '82 


NUMBER OF 
PHYSICIANS 
PROVIDING . . 
PRIMARY CARE U ' 
1980-81 


PERSONS PER 
PHYSICIAN PRO- 
VIDING PRIMARY. 
PATIENT CARE U; 
1980-81 


NUMBER OF 
GENERAL ,-. 
SURGEONS ( ' 
1980-81 


ALL OTHER 
PHYSICIANS ; 
1980-81 


MARYLAND 




22,831 


28,444 


3,372 


1,253 


513 


4,449 


Allegany 




768 


658 


52 


1,547 


10 


83 


Anne Arundel 




1,192 


1,419 


164 


2,272 


29 


172 


Baltimore City 




8,574 


5,698 


1,163 


674 


233 


1,671 


Baltimore 




3,177 


7,104 


427 


1,537 


58 


482 


Calvert 




111 


133 


16 


2,187 


4 


16 


Caroline 




N/A 


215 


8 


2,903 





2 


Carroll 




1,583 


1,034 


48 


2,022 


5 


62 


Cecil 




179 


266 


26 


2,331 


4 


31 


Charles 




112 


105 


20 


3,669 


3 


22 


Dorchester 




521 


266 


17 


1,803 


4 


26 


Frederick 




245 


712 


60 


1,917 


3 


47 


Garrett 




76 


335 


12 


2,218 


3 


4 


Harford 




529 


429 


64 


2,292 


14 


81 


Howard 




629 


180 


61 


1,967 


6 


82 


Kent 




150 


74 


11 


1,519 


2 


9 


Montgomery 




1,865 


4,511 


689 


842 


66 


1,098 


Prince George's 




1,677 


2,131 


358 


1,858 


38 


344 


Queen Anne's 




N/A 


151 


3 


8,563 





3 


St. Mary's 




86 


186 


17 


3,542 


3 


23 


Somerset 




40 


64 


7 


2,743 


1 


2 


Talbot 




200 


220 


25 


1,026 


5 


37 


Washington 




556 


1,418 


54 


2,098 


8 


74 


Wicomico 




561 


910 


45 


1,440 


11 


62 


Worcester 




N/A 


225 


15 


2,070 


11 


7 



(1) 



Includes General Hospitals, Chronic Disease Hospitals, Mental Institutions, Tuberculosis Institutions, 
hospitals in Penal Institutions and Special Hospitals. 



(2) 



(3) 



Includes Nursing Homes, Intermediate Care Facilities, Domiciliary Care, and Residential Treatment CeT cers 
for Emotionally Disturbed Children and/or Adolescents. 

Data concerns the number of physicians by practice address as registered with the Maryland Board of Medical 
Examiners (latest information available: 1980 and 1981 periods). Totals include number for which county is 
unknown. Primary care specialties included are Family & General, Internists, Pediatrics, and Obstetrics/Gyn. 



Sources: Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Division of Licensing and Certification, 
Directory of Acute General Hospitals and Special Hospitals , January 1983; Directory of Licensed 
Facilities , December 1982. 

The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland, Characteristics of Physicians in 
Maryland 1980-1981 . issued July 1982. Based on data obtained from the Maryland Center for Health 
Statistics, and the Maryland Board of Medical Examiners. An updated report is due for release during 
late 1983. 



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NO. 50 

PATIENT POPULATION, STATE PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT FACILITIES 

FISCAL YEARS 1975-1983 







AVERAGE SIZE 


OF 


TOTAL NUMBER 




TOTAL 


FISCAL YEAR 


PATIENT POPULATION 


TREATED 


ADMISSIONS 


NET 


RELEASES* 


1983 


2,940 




13,066 


7,734 




7,736 


1982 


3,218 




12,921 


8,327 




8,525 


1981 


3,469 




13,066 


8,924 




8,964 


1980 


3,688 




15,145 


10,497 




10,750 


19 79 


3,724 




15,365 


10,656 




10,645 


1978 


3,891 




15,643 


10,770 




10,539 


1977 


4,078 




16,478 


11,158 




11,111 


1976 


4,205 




16,118 


10,366 




10,318 


1975 


4,665 




17,918 


10,885 




10,898 



* Hospital discharge plus placements on long-term leave minus returns to hospital 
from long-term leave. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for 

Health Statistics, Statistical Report for Fiscal Years 1983, 1982, 1980, 
1977. 



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NO. 56 

FOREST LAND AREA IN MARYLAND AND NEIGHBORING STATES 
AND THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: JANUARY 1, 1977 



TYPE 



UNITED 
STATES 
1,000 
ACRES 



MARYLAND 

1,000 

ACRES 



PENNSYL- 
VANIA 
1,000 
ACRES 



DELAWARE 

1,000 

ACRES 



VIRGINIA 
1 ,000 
ACRES 



WEST 

VIRGINIA 
1 , 000 
ACRES 



Total Land Area 2,254,792 6,289 28,592 1,233 25,286 

Forest Land Area 736,558 2,653 16,826 392 16,417 

% of Total Land 32.7 42.2 58.8 31.8 64.9 

Commercial Forest Land 482,486 2,523 15,924 384 15,939 

% of all Forest Land 65.5 95.1 94.6 98.0 97.1 
Non- Commercial Forest 

Land 254,072 131 902 8 479 

% of .ill Forest Land 34.5 4.9 5.4 2.0 2.9 

Reserved Forest Land 20,664 109 532 2 375 



15,335 
11,669 

76.1 
11,484 

98.4 

185 
1.6 
124 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, An Analysis of the Timber Situation 
i n the United States 1952-2030 , Forest Resource Report No. 2 3, December 1982, Tabic 
3.1. 

NO. 5 7 

COMMERCIAL FOREST LAND AREA BY STAND-SIZE CLASS 
IN MARYLAND AND NEIGHBORING STATES 
AND THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: JANUARY 1, 1977 





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482,486 


2,523 


15,924 


384 


15,939 


11,484 


Percent of U.S. Total 




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3.30 


2.38 


Sawtimber 


215,436 


1,413 


7,626 


207 


6,339 


5,076 


1,000 Acres 














Pole Timber 


135,610 


666 


5,008 


83 


5,991 


3,960 


1,000 Acres 














Seedl ing & Sapling 


115,032 


438 


3,084 


94 


3,356 


2,306 


1,000 Acres 














Nonst ocked 


16,408 


6 


206 





252 


142 


1,( 00 Acres 














Source: U.S. Department 


of Agricu 


lture, Forest Service, 


An Analysis 


of the Ti 


mber Situation 



in the United States 1952-2030 , Forest Resource Report No. 23, December 1982, 
Table 3.7. 



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-90- 



NO. 61 

NET VOLUME OF SAWTIMBER ON COMMERCIAL TIMBERLAND IN MARYLAND, BY 

SPECIES AS OF JANUARY 1, 1977 









SAWTIMBER 






GROWING STOCK 


SPECIES 






MILLION BD 


. FT 




MILLION CU. FT. 


Total Softwoods 








1,726 




Eastern Softwoods, Total 


793 


Shortleaf & Loblolly 


Pines 




1,239 




Shortleaf & Loblolly Pines 


483 


Other Yellow Pines 








420 




Other Yellow Pines 


251 


Eastern Red & White 


Pines 




29 




Eastern Red & White Pines 


42 


Other Eastern Softwoods 






38 




Other Eastern Softwoods 


17 


Total Hardwoods 








6,440 




Eastern Hardwoods, Total 


2,699 


Select White Oaks 








1,005 




Select White Oaks 


400 


Select Red Oaks 








481 




Select Red Oaks 


186 


Other White Oaks 








382 




Other White Oaks 


180 


Other Red Oaks 








1,216 




Other Red Oaks 


468 


Hickory 








253 




Hickory 


115 


Hard Maple 








50 




Hard Maple 


33 


Soft Maple 








515 




Soft Maple 


281 


Beech 








288 




Beech 


95 


Sweetgum 








455 




Sweetgum 


221 


Tupelo and Blackgum 








213 




Tupelo and Blackgum 


99 


Ash 








134 




Ash 


71 


Yellow Poplar 








1,070 




Yellow Poplar 


350 


Black Walnut 








35 




Black Walnut 


18 


Black Cherry 








43 




Black Cherry 


28 


Other Eastern Hardwo 


ods 






300 




Other Eastern Hardwoods 


154 


Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 


Forest Service, An Analysis of the 


Timber 


Situation in 


the 


Uni 


ted 


States 


1952- 


•2030, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 


Tables 3.-13, 


14, 


15 


and 


16. 









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NO. 6? 

ANNUAL CUT AND NET ANNUAL GROWTH OF GROWING STOCK ON 
COMMERCIAL FOREST LAND IN MARYLAND, BY SPECIES GROUPS: 19 76 



ANNUAL CUT 


NET GROWTH 


CU. FT. 


CU. FT. 


(1,000) 


(1,000) 


63,475 


111,000 


20,801 


24,900 


42,674 


86,100 



SPECIES GROUP 

All Species 

Softwoods 

Hardwoods 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 

An Analysis of the Timber Situation in the United 
States, 1952-2030 , Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Table 3.45. 



NO. 63 

ANNUAL CUT AND NET ANNUAL GROWTH OF LIVE SAWTIMBER ON 
COMMERCIAL FOREST LAND IN MARYLAND, BY SPECIES GROUPS: 1976 



ANNUAL CUT NET GROWTH 

BD. FT. BD. FT. 

SPECIES GROUP (1,000) (1,000) 



All Species 190,186 298,000 

Softwoods 52,304 75,000 

Hardwoods 137,882 223,000 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 

An Analysis of the Timber Situation in the United 
States 1952-2030 , Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Table 3.46. 



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NO. 65 



FOREST FIRES IN MARYLAND, BY CAUSE: 1982 



- 




NUMBER OF 






PERCENT OF 


PERCENT OF 


CAUSE 


FIRES 


ACRES BURNED 


TOTAL FIRES 


ACRES BURNED 


Machine 


79 




123.4 


8.5 


1.0 


Camp fire 


10 




17.3 


1.1 


0.1 


Smoking 


91 




171.2 


9.8 


1.4 


Debris 


274 




707.9 


29.4 


5.7 


Incendiary 


202 


10 


,585.1 


21.7 


85.6 


Children 


88 




54.8 


9.5 


0.4 


Railroad 


33 




44.1 


3.5 


0.3 


Lightning 


1 




3.0 


0.1 


* 


Unknown 


74 




220.5 


7.9 


1.8 


Lumbering 


1 




25.0 


0.1 


0.2 


Miscellaneous 


78 




419.5 


8.4 


3.4 


TOTAL STATE 


931 


12 


,371.8 


100.0 


100.0 



* Less than 0.05 

Source: Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forest and Park 
Service. (Data no longer available at the county level.) 



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NO. 66 

NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN AND GEAR IN MARYLAND 
1977, 1976 and 1975 



ITEM 



1977 



1976 



19 75 



Total Fishermen 



20,171 



17,866 



16,233 



GEAR 



Vessels-Motor 




1,127 


1,036 


1,020 


Vessels-Sail 




28 


26 


29 


Boats-Motor 




14,539 


11,376 


11,584 


Haul Seines, Common 




72 


92 


87 


Gill Nets: Anchor, Stake or Set 




1,753 


1,936 


2,439 


Drift Gill Nets 




237 


279 


283 


Hand Lines 




122 


130 


94 


Trot Lines with Baits 




14,299 


11,362 


9,958 


Pound Nets 




285 


290 


248 


Fyke and Hoop Nets, Fish 




1,383 


1,562 


1,463 


Dip Nets, Common 




141 


143 


152 


Blue Crab Pots 




142,415 


105,225 


110,982 


Eel Traps 




12,245 


11,135 


10,235 


Fish Pots 




4,016 


3,636 


3,377 


Conch Traps 




200 


-- 


60 


Lobster Pots, Offshore 




4,450 


3,850 


2,600 


Turtle Pots 




280 


355 


315 


Scrapes 




248 


258 


267 


Clam Dredges 




196 


199 


178 


Oyster Dredges, Common 




174 


114 


74 


Sea Scallops and Other Dredges 




12 


13 


6 


Oyster Tongs 




4,516 


5,046 


4,569 


Other Tongs 




— 


— 


— 


Rakes 




12 


15 


9 


Otter Trawls 




N/A 


15 


21 


Source: Department of Commerce, 


National Marine 


: Fisheries Service, 


1977 


unpublished; Fishery Statistics of the 


United States, 1976 


i 


Chesapeake Fisheries, 1975. 









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NO. 67 

LANDINGS IN MARYLAND, CHESAPEAKE REGION 
BY QUANTITY AND VALUE: 1982 AND 1981 







1982 (P) 




1981 (P) 




SPECIES 


(1,000 POUNDS) 


($1,000) 


(1,000 POUNDS) 


($1,000) 


TOTAL, All Species 


100,478 


51,438 


115,115 


56,640 


FINFISH 


13,899 


2,929 


17,766 


4,377 


Alewives 


13 


1 


82 


8 


Bluefish 


266 


52 


416 


52 


Butterfish 


5 


2 


12 


4 


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- 


- 


1 


- 


Flounder, Yellow 


- 


- 


16 


7 


Flounder, Black 


3 


1 


- 


- 


Flounder , Fluke 


346 


230 


402 


263 


Flounder, Atlantic 


7 


1 


10 


3 


Hake, Red 


25 


3 


19 


2 


Herring, Sea 


4 


- 


- 


- 


Mackerel, Atlantic 


9 


1 


18 


1 


Menhaden 


7,105 


422 


10,611 


627 


Mullet 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Scup (Porgy) 


9 


4 


19 


5 


Sea Bass, Black 


176 


97 


204 


127 


Sea Trout, Gray 


100 


60 


344 


135 


Shark, Dogfish 


3,332 


242 


1,533 


107 


Shark, Unclassified 


12 


3 


116 


7 


Striped Bass 


428 


618 


1,438 


1,469 


Swordfish 


243 


663 


312 


671 


Tilefish 


6 


5 






Tuna 


16 


14 


18 


15 


Whiting 


13 


3 


17 


1 


Fish, Other 


1,780 


507 


2,178 


873 



(Continued of following page) 



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NO. 67 

LANDINGS IN MARYLAND, BY QUANTITY AND VALUE 
1982 AND 1981 (CONTD.) 







1982 (P) 




1981 (p) 




SPECIES 


(1,000 POUNDS) 


($1,000) 


(1,000 POUNDS) 


($1,000) 


SHELLFISH 


86,579 


48,509 


9 7,349 


52,263 


Horseshoe Crabs 










Crabs, Blue 


51,750 


16,671 


56,293 


15,362 


Crabs, Other 


3,141 


3,622 


2,548 


2,971 


Lobster, American 


77 


245 


63 


203 


Clam Meats 










Hard 


- 


- 


65 


148 


Ocean Quahogs 


8,895 


2,669 


8,352 


2,524 


Soft 


1,424 


3,020 


1,568 


3,188 


Surf 


9,630 


5,482 


11,561 


6,095 


Oyster Meats 


11,545 


16,637 


16,546 


21,509 


Scallop, Sea 


32 


141 


46 


203 


Squid 


- 


- 


39 


12 


Squid, Long Fin 


23 


11 


1 


1 


Other 


62 


11 


267 


47 



(p) 



Preliminary. 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries Service, Data 

Management and Statistics Division, Landings for the State of Maryland, 
Chesapeake Region , 1982 and 1981. 



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NO. 68 
SEAFOOD PROCESSED PRODUCTS, MARYLAND: 1981, 1980 AND 1977 



ITEM 



1981 



1980 



PERCENT CHANGE 



1977 1981/1980 1981/1977 



Value (In thousands) 

Wholesale and 
Processing 

Number of Establishments 

Persons Employed 

Average Per Season 
Average Per Year 



(1) 



$100,964 $96,936 $126,073 



161 

3,224 
2,407 



166 

3,821 
2,693 



169 

3,831 
2,761 



4.2 



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■10.6 



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-15.8 
-12.8 



(1) 



Derived from dividing the number of employees reported by the number of months of 
operation. 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries Service, Processed 
Fishery Products , Annual Summary, 1981, 1980. 



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NO. 69 

HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE SALES, MARYLAND: 
FISCAL YEARS 1982, 1981 and 1980 



TYPE OF LICENSE 



1982 



Hunting 

Statewide 

Statewide 65 

Junior Statewide 

Non-resident 

Non-resident Junior 

Big Game Stamps 

Big Game Stamps 65 

Regulated Shooting Area 

Duck Blind 

Public Land Stamps 

Duplicates 

Waterfowl Stamps 

Fishing 



(1) 
(2) 



1981 



Virginia, West Virginia, and Potomac grouped together. 
Abolished June 30, 1980. 



1980 



131,893 


130,368 


130,122 


9,312 


9,280 


8,978 


12,149 


13,114 


14,207 


10,845 


10,053 


15,974 


(3) 


(3) 


690 


104,529 


102,611 


96,973 


4,894 


4,791 


4,115 


186 


326 


314 


3,100 


3,048 


3,078 


(2) 


(2) 


49,304 


398 


358 


326 


69,368 


65,307 


57,144 



Statewide 


113,664 


112,673 


121,535 


Statewide 65 


15,067 


9,712 


8,458 


Non-resident 


6,880 


6,049 


6,006 


Non-resident 7Tday 
Potomac River 


4,394 


4,237 


4,045 


297 


299 


156 


Trout Stamps 


42,018 


37,045 


36,978 


Trout Stamps 65 & Old 


6,884 


5,824 


4,359 


Live Bait 


5 


3 


1 


Duplicates 


196 


205 


155 



(3) 

v 'Abolished August 1, 1980. 

Source: Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Licensing Division. 



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-101- 



NO. 72 



CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE, TOTAL EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT 
IN MARYLAND BY REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: ANNUAL AVERAGE 1982 

BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE 













TOTAL 










CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE 


EMPLOYMENT 


UNEMPLOYMENT 




POPULATION 


NUMBER 


AS PERCENT 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 






PROJECTION 


OF 


OF 


OF 


OF 






1982 


PERSONS 


POPULATION 


PERSONS 


PERSONS 


RATE 


MARYIAND 


4,253,845 


2,161,000 


50.8 


1,978,000 


183,000 


8.4 


BALTIMORE SMS A 


2,187,493 


1,072,212 


49.0 


965,938 


106,274 


9.9 


Anne Arundel 


383,072 


178,389 


46.6 


164,739 


13,650 


7.7 


Baltimore City 


768,938 


394,557 


51.3 


349,571 


44,986 


11.4 


Baltimore 


658,998 


324,317 


49.2 


291,296 


33,021 


10.2 


Carroll 


100,270 


47,462 


47.3 


42,812 


4,650 


9.8 


Harford 


149,585 


71,453 


47.8 


64,838 


6,615 


9.3 


Howard 


126,630 


56,034 


44.3 


52,682 


3,352 


6.0 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 


1.327,305 


770,627 


58.1 


732,477 


38,150 


5.0 


SUBURBS 














Charles 


75,585 


42,642 


56.4 


40,466 


2,176 


5.1 


Montgomery 


581,105 


335,308 


57.7 


322,083 


13,225 


3.9 


Prince George's 


670,615 


392,677 


58.6 


369,928 


22,749 


5.8 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


340,543 


147,596 


43.3 


128,242 


19,354 


13.1 


Allegany 


79,638 


34,959 


43.9 


30,081 


4,878 


14.0 


Garrett 


27,195 


12,086 


44.4 


9,994 


2,092 


17.3 


Washington 


113,267 


53,639 


47.4 


46,212 


7,427 


13.8 


Frederick 


120,443 


46,912 


38.9 


41,955 


4,957 


10.6 


SOUTHERN MARYIAND 


98,436 


29,485 


30.0 


26,298 


3,187 


10.8 


Calvert 


36,375 


11,245 


30.9 


9,652 


1,593 


14.2 


St. Mary's 


62,061 


18,240 


29.4 


16,646 


1,594 


8.7 


EASTERN SHORE 


300,068 


141,081 


47.0 


125,046 


16,035 


11.4 


Cecil 


61,088 


30,426 


49.8 


27,058 


3,368 


11.1 


Kent 


16,577 


7,881 


47.5 


7,004 


877 


11.1 


Queen Anne ' s 


26,629 


9,708 


36.5 


8,726 


982 


10.1 


Caroline 


23,458 


7,951 


33.9 


6,948 


1,003 


12.6 


Talbot 


25,574 


15,773 


61.7 


14,879 


894 


5.7 


Dorchester 


30,592 


15,309 


50.0 


13,354 


1,955 


12.8 


Wicomico 


65,999 


29,518 


44.7 


26,287 


3,231 


10.9 


Worcester 


31,204 


17,073 


54.7 


14,817 


2,256 


13.2 


Somerset 


18,947 


7,442 


39.3 


5,973 


1,469 


19.7 


Source: Maryland 1 


department of 


State Planning, Office 


of Planning 


Data, Final 


Interim 


Population Projections 


by Age , Ra 


ce, and Sex 


1980-2000, October 1982. 





Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and Analysis Division, 
1982 benchmark data from the Current Population Survey, published April, 1983. 



-102- 



NO. 73 

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE* AND TOTAL EMPLOYMENT* 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AS A PERCENTAGE 
OF MARYLAND TOTAL: ANNUAL AVERAGE 1982 AND 19 75 



CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE 
PERCENT OF STATE TOTAL 
1982 1975 



TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 
PERCENT OF STATE TOTAL 
1982 1975 



MARYLAND 


100.0 


BALTIMORE SMSA 




Anne Arundel 


8.3 


Baltimore City 


18.3 


Baltimore 


15.0 


Carroll 


2.2 


Harford 


3.3 


Howard 


2.6 


WASHINGTON SMSA 




Charles 


2.0 


Montgomery 


15.5 


Prince George's 


18.2 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


1.6 


Garrett 


0.6 


Washington 


2.5 


Frederick 


2.2 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




Calvert 


0.5 


St. Mary's 


0.8 


EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


1.4 


Kent 


0.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


0.4 


Caroline 


0.4 


Talbot 


0.7 


Dorchester 


0.7 


Wicomico 


1.4 


Worchester 


0.8 


Somerset 


0.3 



100.0 



100.0 



6.8 


8.3 


23.0 


17.7 


16.2 


14.7 


1.7 


2.2 


2.5 


3.3 


1.5 


2.7 


1.1 


2.0 


14.0 


16.3 


17.7 


18.7 


1.9 


1.5 


0.6 


0.5 


2.6 


2.3 


2.3 


2.1 


0.6 


0.5 


0.9 


0.8 


1.2 


1.4 


0.4 


0.4 


0.5 


0.4 


0.4 


0.4 


0.7 


0.8 


0.8 


0.7 


1.4 


1.3 


0.7 


0.7 


0.5 


0.3 



100.0 



6.9 

22.4 

16.5 

1.7 

2.5 

1.5 



1.1 
14.5 
18.1 



1.7 
0.5 
2.5 
2.3 



0.6 
0.9 



1.1 

0.4 
0.4 
0.4 
0.7 
0.8 
1.3 
0.7 
0.4 



*The count is of persons by place of residence. 

Note: Figures may not add to total due to rounding. 

Source: Based on benchmark data from the Current Population Survey obtained from 
the Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and Analysis 
Division. 



-103- 



NO. 74 

CHARACTERISTIC OF THE MARYLAND CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE: 

EMPLOYMENT BY SEX 
ANNUAL AVERAGES 19 74-1982 










TOTAL 










FEMALE AS 




EMPLOYMENT 


MALE 


FEMALE 




A PERCENT 


YEAR 


(1,000) 




(1,000) 


(1,000) 




OF TOTAL 


1982 


1,978 




1,090 


888 




44.9 


1981 


2,005 




1,127 


878 




43.8 


1980 


2,015 




1,132 


883 




43.8 


1979 


1,991 




1,153 


838 




42.1 


1978 


1,940 




1,133 


807 




41.6 


1977 


1,844 




1,092 


752 




40.8 


1976 


1,777 




1,057 


720 




40.5 


1975 


1,722 




1,047 


675 




39.2 


1974 


1,711 




1,054 


657 




38.4 


Source : 


Data derive 


d from 


the U.S. Bureau 


of Labor 


Statistics series 




Geographic 


Profile 


of Employment 


and UnempL 


ayment . 


Revised 



benchmark "Total Employment" data from the Current Population 
Survey obtained from the Maryland Department of Employment and 
Training, Research and Analysis Division. 



-104- 



NO. 75 

PROPORTION OF LABOR FORCE WORKING OUTSIDE 
COUNTY OF RESIDENCE: 1980, 1970 and 1960 







1980 






1970 








1960 


SUBDIVISION 




PERCENT 






PERCENT 






PERCENT 


MARYLAND 




43.0 






39.6 








32.4 


Allegany 




8.6 






6.7 








9.7 


Anne Arundel 




42.9 






38.6 








34.9 


Baltimore City 


24.0 






25.3 








13.0 


Baltimore 




55.2 






51.7 








52.1 


Calvert 




56.2 






39.7 








24.5 


Caroline 




42.2 






34.6 








25.3 


Carroll 




46.1 






37.1 








28.1 


Cecil 




44.6 






30.0 








25.6 


Charles 




54.0 






41.0 








22.5 


Dorchester 




17.0 






13.3 








13.3 


Frederick 




35.5 






23.7 








15.3 


Garrett 




22.0 






24.9 








18.5 


Harford 




41.2 






31.7 








15.3 


Howard 




66.1 






66.6 








62.0 


Kent 




27.3 






18.0 








11.0 


Montgomery 




41.6 






46.5 








54.2 


Prince Goerge' 


s 


58.0 






57.4 








62.4 


Queen Anne's 




55.3 






34.0 








22.5 


St. Mary's 




20.0 






10.3 








3.6 


Somerset 




32.6 






25.8 








20.2 


Talbot 




16.5 






10.5 








6.0 


Washington 




17.0 






12.0 








8.6 


Wicomico 




14.9 






11.4 








9.4 


Worcester 




23.1 






20.4 








14.2 


Source: U.S. 


Depar 


tment of Commerce 


, Bureau 


of 


the 


Census, 


Census of 


Population 


and 


Housing, 


1980 


Summary Tape 


File 


3A; G 


eneral Soc: 


Lai 


and 


Economic 


Characteristics 



1970: Final Report PC (1) C22, MD and 1960: Final 
Report PC (1) 22C MD. 



-105- 



NO. 76 



DESTINATION OF COMMUTERS, WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER: 1980 



















PLACE OF 


RESIDENCE 


















BALTIMORE 


REGION 






WASH. D.C. 


SUBURBS 




ANNE 


BALTO- 










BALTO . 


MONT- 


PRINCE 


PLACE OF WORK 


ARUNDEL 


CO 




CARROLL 


HARFORD 


HOWARD 


CITY 


GOMERY 


GEORGE'S 


BALTIMORE REGION 


133 


,433 


282 


,728 


36 


,676 


59,084 


37,658 


252,124 


2,292 


8,219 


Anne Arundel 


94 


,403 


9 


,612 




922 


691 


4,600 


7,653 


1,263 


6,129 


Baltimore 


7 


,708 


131 


,033 


6 


,557 


10,838 


5,515 


42,537 


- 


- 


Carroll 




122 


2 


,322 


22 


,363 


105 


463 


516 


- 


- 


Harford 




127 


2 


,429 




65 


36,494 


43 


762 


- 


- 


Howard 


4 


469 


6 


,685 


1 


,731 


317 


19,001 


3,661 


1,029 


2,090 


Baltimore City 


26 


,604 


130 


,647 


5 


,038 


10,639 


8,036 


196,995 


- 


- 


SUBURBAN WASHINGTON 


17 


746 


5 


,314 


2 


,445 


276 


11,695 


3,184 


180,801 


L59,4ua 


Montgomerv 


3 


,097 


1 


,281 


1 


,783 


48 


5,202 


734 


162,484 


27,532 


Prince George's 


14 


,649 


4 


,033 




662 


228 


6,493 


2,450 


18,317 


131,876 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




732 




93 




11 


- 


39 


40 


70 


2,121 


Calvert 




482 




36 




- 


- 


17 


- 


- 


186 


Charles 




250 




57 




11 


- 


22 


40 


70 


1,935 


St. Mary's 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


FREDERICK 




30 




151 




899 


- 


149 


57 


642 


62 


Frederick 




30 




151 




899 


- 


149 


57 


642 


62 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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- 




- 


- 


- 


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- 


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- 




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Washington 




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— 


- 






— 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




22 




73 




30 


1,284 


- 


50 


- 


- 


Caroline 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 




22 




73 




30 


1,284 


- 


50 


- 


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— 


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- 


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— 


OTHER STATES 


9 


401 


2 


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961 


471 


4,816 


2,204 


90,612 


139,086 


Washington, DC 


9 


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1 


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228 


167 


4,802 


2,166 


77,331 


119,388 


Virginia 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


13,281 


19,698 


West Virginia 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pennsylvania 




21 




361 




733 


304 


14 


38 


- 


- 


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- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


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— 


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- 




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- 


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— 


— 


~ 


* 


REMAINDER OF SMSA'S 


2 


029 




541 




54 


539 


921 


314 


1,648 


3,190 


Baltimore 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1,648 


3,190 


Wilmington/NJ/MD 




30 




33 




- 


419 


9 


22 


- 


- 


Washington, DC (MD PT) 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Washington, DC (VA PT) 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Washington, DC (All) 


1 


999 




508 




54 


120 


912 


292 


- 


- 


Philadelphia PA, NJ 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


™ 


— 




Worked Elsewhere 


1 


912 


1 


842 




409 


453 


854 


1,385 


2,288 


1,717 


Not Reported 


14 


742 


27 


647 


2 


,660 


5,457 


4,708 


36,532 


20,813 


26,871 


TOTAL 


180 


047 


320 


,422 


44 


,145 


67,564 


60,840 


295,890 


299,166 


340,674 



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NO. 76 



DESTINATION OF COMMUTERS, WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER: 1980 (CONTD.) 









PLACE OF RESIDENCE 






SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


FREDERICK WESTERN MARYLAND 


UPPER EASTERN 
SHORE 


PLACE OF WORK 


ST. 
CALVERT CHARLES MARY * S 


ALLE- GAR- WASH- 
FREDERICK GANY RETT INGTON 


CARO- 
LINE CECIL 



BALTIMORE REGION 

Anne Arundel 

Baltimore 

Carroll 

Harford 

Howard 

Baltimore City 

SUBURBAN WASHINGTON 
Montgomery 
Prince George's 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

Calvert 

Charles 

St. Mary's 

FREDERICK 
Frederick 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Alleganv 
Garrett 
Washington 



437 
428 



141 
137 



25 



25 



423 
73 



350 



3,986 


6,637 


1,286 


11,404 


515 


574 


105 


10,896 


3,471 


6,063 


1,181 


508 


6,254 


13,730 


20,172 


11 


5,651 


173 


407 


- 


307 


13,557 


1,274 


11 


296 


- 


18,491 


- 


_ 


35 


_ 


32,208 


- 


35 


- 


32,208 



26,074 7,707 

25,567 745 

339 6,962 

168 



294 76 2,265 
102 

192 76 



2,376 
2,376 

38,460 
36 

38,424 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Caroline 

Cecil 

Kent 

Oueen Anne's 

Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

Somerset 

* T icomico 

Worcester 

OTHER STATES 

Washington, DC 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

New Jersey 

REMAINDER OF SMSA'S 
Baltimore 
Wilmington/NJ/MD 
Washington, DC (MD PT) 
Washington, DC (VA PT) 
Washington, DC (All) 
Philadelphia PA, NJ 

Worked Elsewhere 
Not Reported 
TOTAL 



1,839 

1,574 

265 



244 
244 



8,031 
6,321 
1,710 



182 
182 



1,352 

1,103 

249 



81 
81 



2,187 

1,362 

825 



1,769 
1,769 



143 


686 


212 


1,930 


1,318 


2,175 


1,929 


3,873 


14,221 


31,617 


25,057 


53,813 



1,282 



1,148 
134 



1,040 



775 
265 



3,340 
264 

897 



7,215 


12,225 


5,293 


- 


- 


12,225 


98 


- 


238 


- 


1,586 


- 


457 


_ 


434 





23 



998 



122 



6,45," 



2,179 


- 


626 


- 


990 


5,763 


- 


- 


68 


1,339 


302 


549 


203 


180 


410 


929 


_ 


_ 


207 


- 


- 



139 



612 


177 


505 


109 


560 


2,246 


420 


2,516 


563 


1,784 


30,214 


9,344 


48,830 


9,720 


23,840 



-107- 



Continued on following page. 



NO. 76 



DESTINATION OF COMMUTERS, WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER: 1980 (CONTD.) 



PLACE OF RESIDENCE 



PLACE OF WORK 



UPPER 


EASTERN SHORI 
QUEEN 
ANNE'S 


CONTD 
TALBOT 




LOWER 


EASTERN 


SHORE 




KENT 


DOR- 
CHESTER 


SOM- 
ERSET 


WI- 
COMICO 


WOR- 
CESTER 


81 
34 
29 


2,602 

1,957 

140 


177 
91 
29 


183 

125 

22 




33 

18 
12 




59 

27 

5 


- 



TOTAL 



BALTIMORE REGION 

Anne Arundel 

Baltimore 

Carroll 

Harford 

Howard 

Baltimore City 

SUBURBAN WASHINGTON 
Montgomery 
Prince George's 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
Calvert 
Charles 
St. Mary's 

FREDERICK 
Frederick 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Alleganv 
Garrett 
Washington 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Caroline 

Cecil 

Kent 

Queen Anne 's 

Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

Somerset 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

OTHER STATES 
Washington, DC 
Virginia 
West Virginia 
Pennsylvania 
Delaware 
New Jersey 

REMAINDER OF SMSA'S 
Baltimore 
Wilraington/NJ/MD 
Washington, DC (MD PT) 
Washington, DC (VA PT) 
Washington, DC (All) 
Philadelphia, PA, NJ 

Worked Elsewhere 
Not Reported 
TOTAL 



6 
12 



600 
11 

56 



56 



81 

546 
6,941 



505 



338 



539 
52 
93 



394 



91 

1,060 
11,065 



57 



36 



27 



5,553 


6,189 


9,941 


1 


,021 




47 


295 


- 


37 


196 


398 




509 




14 


62 


- 


411 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


4,647 


979 


21 




- 




- 


12 


- 


417 


4,469 


261 




25 




20 


- 


- 


41 


545 


9,261 




487 




13 


221 


- 


13 


54 


523 


10 


,478 


6 


,102 


24,493 


10,960 


13 


54 


498 


10 


,186 




- 


326 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 




11 


4 


,356 


459 


234 


_ 


_ 


21 




243 


1 


,385 


22,309 


1,367 


- 


- 


4 




38 




361 


1,399 


9,359 


611 


530 


124 




505 




209 


1,098 


1,015 


_ 


192 


60 




- 




18 


14 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 




- 




125 


103 


533 



64 

144 
24 

120 



181 

779 

11,869 



505 



66 



30 



30 



981 



65 
11 



54 



78 

796 

13,061 



40 

937 
7,398 



199 

2,692 

28,901 



482 



191 

1,314 

13,480 



819,010 

128,163 

204,527 

25,891 

42,191 

39,346 

378,892 

404,182 
214,251 
189,931 

43,273 

6,952 

17,534 

18,787 

36,609 
36,609 

72,241 
26,348 
7,301 
38,59 

43,945 
6,509 

14,095 
5,757 
5,430 

12,154 

53,080 
11,511 
5,060 
25,348 
11,161 

280,202 

226,050 

36,789 

2,820 

4,675 

9,789 

79 

14,536 
7,970 
630 
929 
207 
4,661 
139 

16,663 

164,378 

1,948,119 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 Census of Popul ation and Housing, Summary 
Tape File (STF 4). 

-108- 



NO. 77 

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES, NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED, BY MONTH: AUGUST 1981 TO JULY 1983 

UNITED STATES, MARYLAND AND BALTIMORE CITY 
BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE 









UNITED 




BALTIMORE 






STATES 


MARYLAND 


CITY 


1981 


Aug. 


7.2 


7.2 


10.0 




Sept. 


7.3 


7.0 


10.2 




Oct. 


7.5 


7.1 


10.2 




Nov. 


7.9 


7.5 


10.6 




Dec. 


8.3 


7.8 


10.8 


1982 


Jan. 


9.4 


9.4 


8.9 




Feb. 


9.6 


9.2 


9.0 




Mar. 


9.5 


8.7 


8.2 




Apr. 


9.2 


8.2 


7.7 




May 


9.1 


8.0 


7.5 




June 


9.8 


8.4 


8.2 




July 


9.8 


8.4 


8.4 




Aug. 


9.6 


8.5 


8.5 




Sept. 


9.7 


8.1 


8.2 




Oct. 


9.9 


8.3 


8.3 




Nov. 


10.4 


8.2 


8.8 




Dec. 


10.5 


8.4 


9.1 


1983 


Jan. 


11.4 


9.0 


11.8 




Feb. 


11.3 


8.9 


11.5 




Mar. 


10.8 


8.2 


10.6 




Apr. 


10.0 


7.2 


9.7 




May 


9.8 


6.6 


9.0 




June 


10.2 


6.7 


8.9 




July 


9.4 


6.3 


8.2 


Source : 


U.S. Department 
Employment and 


of Labor, 
Earnings. 


Bureau of Labor 


Statistics , 



Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research 
and Analysis Division. 



-109- 



NO. 78 

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES BY RACE, SEX AND AGE 
UNITED STATES AND MARYLAND 
ANNUAL AVERAGE: 1982 AND 1981 









1982 




1981 




UNITED 




UNITED 






STATES 


MARYLAND 


STATES 


MARYLAND 


TOTAL 


9.7 


8.4 


7.6 


7.3 


Men 


9.9 


8.6 


7.4 


7.1 


Women 


9.4 


8.4 


7.9 


7.5 


Men, 20 Years & Over 


8.8 


NA 


6.3 


5.7 


Women, 20 Years & Over 


8.3 


NA 


6.8 


6.8 


Both Sexes, 16-1- Years 


23.2 


23.5 


19.6 


18.8 


WHITE 


8.6 


7.1 


6.7 


5.5 


Men 


8.8 


6.8 


6.5 


5.6 


Women 


8.3 


7.4 


6.9 


5.4 


Men, 20 Years & Over 


7.8 


NA 


5.6 


4.4 


Women, 20 Years & Over 


7.3 


NA 


5.9 


5.0 


Both Sexes, 16-19 Years 


20.4 


20.8 


17.3 


14.6 


BLACK AND OTHER 


17.3 


13.9 


14.2 


13.5 


Men 


18.2 


16.5 


14.1 


13.3 


Women 


16.4 


11.4 


14.3 


13.7 


Men, 20 Years & Over 


16.2 


NA 


12.1 


11.2 


Women, 20 Years & Over 


14.3 


NA 


12.4 


12.4 


Both Sexes, 16-19 Years 


43.9 


36.7 


37.8 


37.1 



Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
Employment and Earnings , January 1983. 

Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and 
Analysis Division, data derived using Current Population Survey, 
1981 and 1982, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 



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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION IN MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTORS 

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Allegany 


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14.9 


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Caroline 


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20.2 


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Dorchester 


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44.6 


4.6 


5.8 


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Wicomico 


100.0 


21.8 


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5.8 


25.1 


3.5 


21.9 


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Worcester 


100.0 


16.8 


4.6 


2.6 


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5.4 


22.0 


0.8 


14.6 


Somerset 


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22.6 


2.5 


4.1 


23.2 


3.6 


16.0 


0.8 


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Source: Based on data obtained from the Maryland Department of Employment and Training, 
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NO. 85 

DISTRIBUTION OF MARYLAND STATE EMPLOYEES, 
SUBDIVISION: JUNE 1983 



(1) 



BY POLITICAL 





POLITICAL 


NUMBER OF 


POLITICAL 


NUMBER OF 


SUBDIVISION 


EMPLOYEES 


SUBDIVISION 


EMPLOYEES 


Maryland 


47,987 






Allegany 


1,481 


Howard 


1,425 


Anne Arundel 


6,273 


Kent 


234 


Baltimore 


8,385 


Montgomery 


1,272 


Baltimore City 


13,591 


Prince George's 


2,320 


Calvert 


291 


Queen Anne 's 


569 


Caroline 


274 


St. Mary's 


584 


Carroll 


2,174 


Somerset 


275 


Cecil 


398 


Talbot 


325 


Charles 


372 


Washington 


1,975 


Dorchester 


711 


Wicomico 


1,467 


Frederick 


899 


Worcester 


388 


Garrett 


295 


Unknown MD County 


249 


Harford 


992 


Out of State 


768 



(1) 



Does not include employees of the Department of Transportation 
(except Motor Vehicle Administration) or employees of the 
University of MD. 



Source: Unpublished data furnished by the Central Payroll Bureau, 
June 1983. 



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NO. 86 

FEDERAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 

DECEMBER 3L, 1980 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



TOTAL STATE 133,514 

Allegany 307 

Anne Arundel 8,979 

Baltimore City 14,705 

Baltimore 20,718 

Calvert 163 

Caroline 86 

Carroll 215 

Cecil 1,616 

Charles 2,527 

Dorchester 140 

Frederick 1,683 

Garrett 81 

Harford 8,042 

Howard 241 

Kent 69 

Montgomery 43,977 

Prince George's 24,611 

Queen Anne's 72 

St. Mary's 3,213 

Somerset 66 



Talbot 187 

Washington 1,310 

Wicomico 350 

Worcester 156 



Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Office 
of Workforce Information, Annual Report of 
Employment by Geographic Area, December 31, 
1980 . (Future survey on a biennial basis: 
next published data-December 31, 1982). 












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NO. 88 
ARMED SERVICE PERSONNEL IN MARYLAND AND UNITED STATES: SEPTEMBER 30, 1982 



JURISDICTION 



MILITARY 



CIVILIAN 



TOTAL MILITARY 
AND CIVILIAN 



MARYLAND 
Army,. 
Navy V ' 
Air Force 


12,168 

13,900 

8,468 


16,190 

14,698 

3,306 


28,358 
28,598 
11,774 


TOTAL DEPARTMENT 
OF DEFENSE 


34,536 


39)225 (2) 


73,761 (2) 


UNITED STATES 
Army 
Navyd) 
Air Force 


514,257 
415,266 
458,166 


316,626 
289,527 
223,068 


830,883 
704,793 
681,234 



TOTAL DEPARTMENT 
OF DEFENSE 



1,387,689 



(2) (2) 

899,411 v ' 2,287,100^ ' 



(1) 
(2) 



Includes Navy and Marine Corps. 

Includes Civilian employment in other defense activities, e.g. 
Supply Agency and Office of the Secretary. 



Defense 



Source: Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, 
Directorate for Information and Reports. Data obtained 
from the Public Information Office as shown in Distribution 
of Personnel by State — By Selected Locations, As of September 
30, 1982 . 



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NO. 89 



WORK STOPPAGES 



(1) 



IN MARYLAND AND UNITED STATES: 
1972-1981 









STOPPAGES BEGINNING 










IN 


YEAR 


DAYS IDLE DURING YEAR 










(ALL 


STOPPAGES ) 










PERCENT OF 












ESTIMATED NON- 








WORKERS 




AGRICULTURAL . . 
WORKING IVtiST ' 


YEAR 


JURISDICTION 


NUMBER 


INVOLVED 


NUMBER 


1981 


United States 


2,568 


1,080,800 


24,729,700 


.11 




Maryland 


30 


13,100 


114,500 


.03 


1980 


United States 


3,885 


1,366,300 


33,288,500 


.14 




Maryland 


53 


9,700 


119,200 


.03 


1979 


United States 


4,827 


1,727,100 


34,753,700 


.15 




Maryland 


41 


14,900 


401,700 


.10 


1978 


United States 


4,230 


1,623,000 


36,922,000 


.17 




Maryland 


46 


14,100 


230,800 


.06 


1977 


United States 


5,506 


2,040,000 


35,822,000 


.17 




Maryland 


43 


12,200 


126,400 


.03 


19 76 


United States 


5,648 


2,420,000 


37,859,000 


.19 




Maryland 


52 


21,000 


390,900 


.10 


1975 


United States 


5,031 


1,746,000 


31,237,000 


.16 




Maryland 


58 


22,900 


590,900 


.16 


1974 


United States 


6,074 


2,778,000 


47,991,000 


.24 




Maryland 


69 


36,300 


487,200 


.14 


1973 


United States 


5,353 


2,251,000 


27,948,000 


.14 




Maryland 


69 


19,800 


250,100 


.05 


1972 


United States 


5,010 


1,714,000 


27,066,000 


.15 




Maryland 


65 


21,000 


289,100 


N/A 



(1) 



(2) 



Stoppages extending across State lines are counted separately in each state 
affected; workers involved and man days idle were allocated among the States. 

Excludes private household workers; prior to 1974 government workers 
were excluded. 



Source: U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, Analysis of Work 
Stoppages , for years stated; 1981 unpublished. 



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NO. 90 



NUMBER OF MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS IN MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION: 1982, 1981, 1970, 1960, 1950 





POLITICAL 












SUBDIVISION 


1982 


1981 


1970 


1960 


1950 


MARYLAND 


2,279 


2,219 


2,641 


3,217 


3,088 


Allegany 


51 


49 


56 


81 


67 


Anne Arundel 


121 


114 


99 


104 


59 


Baltimore City 


690 


701 


1,100 


1,513 


1,738 


Baltimore 


297 


287 


244 


208 


130 


Calvert 


15 


9 


17 


20 


7 


Caroline 


25 


23 


33 


49 


52 


Carroll 


54 


51 


67 


89 


83 


Cecil 


35 


36 


52 


64 


57 


Charles 


23 


21 


22 


30 


18 


Dorchester 


49 


49 


65 


82 


67 


Frederick 


57 


53 


67 


83 


78 


Garrett 


15 


17 


23 


36 


33 


Harford 


56 


46 


47 


71 


54 


Howard 


62 


63 


29 


24 


18 


Kent 


13 


14 


20 


26 


21 


Montgomery 


253 


226 


168 


131 


79 


Prince George's 


206 


201 


178 


145 


71 


Queen Anne's 


20 


19 


21 


24 


9 


St. Mary's 


11 


10 


23 


39 


20 


Somerset 


25 


29 


41 


61 


50 


Talbot 


38 


34 


51 


58 


44 


Washington 


69 


69 


103 


114 


124 


Wicomico 


62 


64 


77 


102 


112 


Worcester 


32 


34 


38 


55 


70 



Nondistribu table 



27 



Source: Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Employment and Payrolls 

Covered by the Unemployment Insurance Law of Maryland , first quarter issue 
for the stated years. 



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NO. 91 

MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT IN MARYLAND 

BY STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION AND PLACE OF UORK 

ANNUAL AVERAGES: 1982, 1977 AND 1972 

(RANKED BY NUMBER OF JOBS IN 1982) 



NUMBER OF JOBS 
(IN THOUSANDS) 



PERCENTAGE 
CHANGE 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 



1982 



1977 



1972 1982/77 1977/72 



All Manufacturing Total 



212.20 235.10 248.80 -9.74 -5.51 



Durable Goods Total 

36 Electric & Electronic Equip 

33 Primary Metals Industries 
35 Machinery, Except Electric. 

37 Transportation Equipment 

34 Fabricated Metal Products 
32 Stone, Clay & Glass Prods. 

25 Furniture & Fixtures 

24 Lumber and hood Products 

38 Instruments 

39 Misc. Manufacturing 

Nondurable Goods Total 

20 Food and Kindred Products 

27 Printing and Publishing 
23 Apparel & Other Textiles 

28 Chemicals & Allied Products 

30 Rubber & Misc. Plastics 

26 Paper & Allied Products 

31 Leather and Leather Prods. 
22 Textile Mill Products 

29 Petroleum & Coal Products 



116.50 


127.60 


130.80 


-8.70 


-2.45 


33.70 


25.50 


21.50 


32.16 


18.60 


24.70 


30.00 


34.40 


-17.67 


-12.79 


16.50 


17.90 


14.90 


-7.82 


20.13 


13.80 


18.00 


21.20 


-23.33 


-15.09 


8.90 


12.10 


12.90 


-26.45 


-6.20 


7.70 


9.50 


10.60 


-18.95 


-10.38 


3.00 


3.90 


5.00 


-23.08 


-22.00 


2.90 


4.60 


4.30 


-36.96 


6.98 


2.90 


2.80 


NA * 


3.57 


NA * 


2.40 


3.30 


NA * 


-27.27 


NA * 


95.70 


107.50 


118.00 


-10.98 


-8.90 


24.40 


31.10 


35.90 


-21 .54 


-13.37 


23.20 


21.60 


19.70 


7.41 


9.64 


13.70 


16.60 


20.60 


-17.47 


-19.42 


12.60 


14.30 


16.60 


-11.89 


-13.86 


9.20 


9.80 


10.40 


-6.12 


-5.77 


9.20 


10.00 


9.50 


-8.00 


5.26 


1.60 


2.00 


2.30 


-20.00 


-13.04 


1.10 


1.30 


1.80 


-15.38 


-27.78 


0.70 


0.80 


1.20 


-12.50 


-33.33 



* Separate data for "Instruments" and "Misc Manufacturing" not available 
for 1972. The combined total was 6,000 jobs. 

Source: Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and 
Analysis Division, Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment 
series. 



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NO. 92 

MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT IN THE BALTIMORE SMSA 
BY STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION AND PLACE OF UORK 
ANNUAL AVERAGES: 1982, 1977 AND 1972 
(RANKED BY NUMBER OF JOBS IN 1982) 



NUMBER OF JOBS 
(IN THOUSANDS) 



PERCENTAGE 
CHANGE 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 



1982 



1977 



1972 1982/77 1977/72 



All Manufacturing Total 



141.00 161.20 178.20 -12.53 -9.54 



Durab 


36 


E 


33 


P 


35 


M 


37 


T 


34 


F 


32 


S 


38 


I 




M 


25 


F 


24 


L 



le Goods Total 83.40 95.90 104.50 -13.03 -8.23 

lectric & Electronic Equip 24.00 18.50 16.50 29.73 12.12 

rimary Metals Industries 22.30 28.80 33.50 -22.57 -14.03 

achinery, Except Electric. 10.80 11.00 12.40 -1.82 -11.29 

ransportation Equipment 8.60 14.00 15.20 -38.57 -7.89 

abricated Metal Products 6.40 9.20 10.00 -30.43 -8.00 

tone, Clay & Glass Prods. 5.20 6.50 6.80 -20.00 -4.41 
nstruments and 

isc. Manufacturing 2.70 2.70 3.6 0.00 -25.00 

urniture & Fixtures 2.30 2.90 4.00 -20.69 -27.50 

umber and Ivood Products 1.10 2.30 2.50 -52.17 -8.00 



Nondurable Goods Total 

27 Printing and Publishing 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

28 Chemicals & Allied Products 
23 Apparel & Other Textiles 

26 Paper & Allied Products 
30 Rubber & Misc. Plastics 
Textile Mills (22), 
Petroleum & Coal (29), 
and Leather (31) Products 



57.60 65.30 73.70 -11.79 -11.40 

12.80 12.00 12.60 6.67 -4.76 

12.20 16.20 19.60 -24.69 -17.35 

10.10 11.40 11.60 -11.40 -1.72 

8.50 10.40 13.50 -18.27 -22.96 

6.80 7.60 6.90 -10.53 10.14 

5.70 5.70 6.40 0.00 -10.94 



1.50 2.00 3.10 -25.00 -35.48 



Source: Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and Analysis! 
Division, Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment series. 



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NO. 93 



ANNUAL AVERAGE WEEKLY AND ANNUAL AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS IN 
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN MARYLAND BY PLACE OF WORK: 1982 and 
(RANKED BY- 1982 DOLLAR VALUE OF AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS) 



1980 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY EARNINGS 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY EARNINGS 



src 



INDUSTRY 



1982 



1980 



1982 



1980 



All Manufacturing Average 
Durable Goods Average 
Non-durable Goods Average 

33 Primary Metal Industries* 

37 Transportation Equipment* 

28 Chemicals and Allied Products 

32 Stone, Clay and Glass Products* 

35 Machinery Except Electrical* 
27 Printing and Publishing 

34 Fabricated Metal Products* 

36 Electric and Electronic Equipment* 
26 Paper and Allied Products 

30 Rubber and Misc. Plastic Products 

38 Instruments and Related Products* 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

25 Furniture and Fixtures* 

24 Lumber and Wood Products* 

39 Misc. Manufacturing Industries* 

23 Apparel and Other Textile Products 

31 Leather and Leather Products 



344 


.18 


387 


.65 


294 


.91 


511 


.17 


436 


.98 


399 


.65 


364 


.67 


359 


.30 


352, 


.85 


352. 


10 


326. 


30 


303, 


48 


299. 


39 


282. 


65 


277. 


03 


249. 


89 


241, 


41 


226. 


81 


192. 


32 


176. 


27 



$301.36 


$8.78 


338.52 


9.74 


255.69 


7.66 


449.35 


13.04 


390.42 


11.35 


337.39 


9.63 


341.85 


8.96 


317.60 


8.96 


297.23 


9.31 


284.12 


8.63 


264.37 


7.92 


245.74 


7.42 


N/A 


7.32 


N/A 


7.38 


254.63 


7.14 


218.69 


6.08 


211.91 


6.56 


N/A 


6.13 


174.00 


5.64 


162.15 


4.79 



$7.61 
8.40 
6.59 

11.15 

9.64 
7.92 
7.95 
8.00 
7.99 
7.05 
6.56 
6.19 
N/A 
N/A 
6.43 
5.71 
5.49 
N/A 
5.00 
4.19 



*Durable Goods Industries 

Source: Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and Analysis Division, 
Report on Hours and Earnings for 1982 and 1980. 



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NO. 94 

MANUFACTURING PAYROLLS IN MARYLAND: 1982 AND 1980 
RANK BY DOLLAR VALUE IN 1982 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 



1982 



1980 



PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1982/'80 



All Manufacturing Total 
Durable Goods Total 
Nondurable Goods Total 

36 Electric and Electronic Equipment* 

33 Primary Metal Industries* 
2 7 Printing and Publishing 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

35 Machinery, Except Electrical* 

37 Transportation Equipment* 

28 Chemicals and Allied Products 
26 Paper and Allied Products 

34 Fabricated Metal Products* 

23 Apparel and Related Products 

32 Stone, Clay and Glass Products* 

30 Rubber and Miscellaneous 

Plastic Products 

38 Instruments and Related Products* 
25 Furniture and Fixtures* 

24 Lumber and Wood Products* 

39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 

Industries* 

29 Petroleum and Coal Products 

31 Leather and Leather Products 
22 Textile Mill Products 



$4,412,028,463 
2,748,172,202 
1,663,856,261 

834,444,602 
689,151,694 
420,524,047 
409,191,760 
364,826,354 
349,862,591 
289,732,659 
179,347,578 
174,388,996 
160,815,896 
158,765,253 

155,570,164 
57,610,204 
44,520,416 
38,994,159 

35,607,933 
18,283,770 
16,852,232 
13,538,155 



$4,192,000,976 
2,651,084,168 
1,540,916,808 



625,714 
732,608 
382,296 
372,899 
377,540 
378,141 
282,199 
156,649 
188,111 
153,761 
165,452 



,716 
,675 
,090 
,760 
,475 
,714 
,218 
,259 
,240 
,876 
,114 



150,490,403 
53,182,398 
42,925,941 
46,385,501 

41,021,394 
16,850,093 
15,194,263 
10,575,846 



5.2 
3.7 
8.0 

33.4 
-5.9 
10.0 

9.7 
-3.4 
-7.5 

2.7 
14.5 
-7.3 

4.6 
-4.0 

3.4 

8.3 

3.7 

-15.9 

-13.2 

8.5 

10.9 

28.0 



*Durable Goods Industries. 

Source: Maryland Department of Employment and Training, Research and Analysis Division, 
Employment and Payrolls Covered by the Unemployment Insurance Law of Maryland , 
Annual Average 1982 and 1980. 



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NO. 96 

IJVBOR AND PROPRIETORS' INCOME FROM THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY: 
MARYLAND AND SELECTED RASTERN AND MIDWESTERN STMT.S 
REGIONALLY RANKFD BY RATE OF OROWTH: 1982 AND 1980 



REGION AND STATE 1982 1980 PERCENT CHANGE 

($1,000,000) ($1,000,000) 1982/80 

UNITED STATES 446,316 412,122 8.3 

1,925 11.1 

30,592 10.8 
16,301 9.4 

4,881 4.8 

389 3.3 

27,499 1.2 

7,868 18.6 

7,022 14.1 

8,156 12.9 

11,924 11.0 
8,084 9.6 

3,171 9.1 

5,955 8.3 

6,144 4.7 

5,301 4.4 

2,580 -3.8 



7,587 12.8 

11,489 7.7 

14,652 2.4 

28,799 1.0 

27,372 -0.6 

26,122 -1.5 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of 
Current Business, August 1983. 



MIDEAST 




Delaware 


2,138 


New York 


33,887 


New Jersey 


17,837 


MARYLAND 


5,117 


District of Columbia 


402 


Pennsylvania 


27,831 


SOUTHEAST 




Florida 


9,329 


Virginia 


8,011 


Georgia 


9,207 


North Carolina 


13,237 


Tennessee 


8,862 


Arkansas 


3,460 


South Carolina 


6,449 


Alabama 


6,434 


Kentucky 


5,532 


West Virginia 


2,482 


MIDWEST 




Minnesota 


8,560 


Wiscons i n 


12,373 


Indiana 


14,997 


Ohio 


29,096 


Michigan 


27,219 


Illinois 


25,730 



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NO. 97 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN MANUFACTURING: 
MARYLAND AND SELECTED OTHER AREAS: 1963-1981 



(1) 



IN THOUSANDS 



YEAR 



USA 



SOUTH 
ATLANTIC 



(2) 



MARYLAND 



BALTIMORE 


WASHINGTON 
SMSA U; 


SMSA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


171.1 


73.5 


165.9 


60.5 


164.9 


61.8 


167.5 


64.0 


181.6 


62.8 


184.9 


58.9 


179.7 


54.9 


178.5 


52.8 


194.8 


55.2 


208.0 


57.3 


206.7 


55.1 


209.7 


55.5 


206.5 


55.1 


193.7 


53.1 


190.2 


52.5 


190.5 


50.1 



1981 
1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 
1973 
1972 
1971 
1970 
1969 
1968 
1967 
1966 
1965 
1964 
1963 



20,263.8 
20,646.7 
21,040.2 
20,501.9 
19,590.1 
18,753.0 
18,302.2 
19,844.8 
19,871.0 
19,026.8 
18,363.1 
19,217.2 
20,035.5 
19,527.6 
19,322.9 
19,024.0 
18,010.2 
17,268.5 
16,958.4 



3,045.5 
3,059.8 

NA 
3,224.1 
3,063.7 
2,734.5 
2,616.6 
2,845.5 
2,861.5 
2,739.5 
2,580.2 
2,618.0 
2,673.3 
2,572.4 
2,501.5 
2,415.5 
2,285.2 
2,182.0 
2,124.8 



243.3 
252.4 

NA 
252.6 
243.2 
242.8 
244.0 
259.3 
263.4 
255.6 
254.4 
272.4 
289.4 
284.7 
287.6 
288.6 
270.7 
263.0 
263.7 



(1) 



NOTE: THE ANNUAL SURVEY OF MANUFACTURES PRESENTING 1978 ESTIMATES FOR STATES AND 

SELECTED DATA 



SMSA'S IS THE LAST ONE ISSUED (SEPT. 1981) DUE TO BUDGET CUTS. 
(TOTAL EMPLOYEES) ARE AVAILABLE IN THE 1981 ORIGIN OF EXPORTS OF MANUFACTURED 
PRODUCTS . THE 1982 CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES IS NOW BEING PROCESSED; THE SCHEDULED 
RELEASE DATE IS FOR THE SUMMER OF 1984. 



(2) 



(3) 



1977, 1972 1967 and 1963 are census years and are recorded in the Census of 
Manufactures . All other years represent estimates derived from a representative 
sample of manufacturing establishments canvassed in the Annual Survey of 
Manufactures and may therefore differ from results that would have been obtained 
from a complete canvas of all manufacturing establishments. 

Includes: Maryland. Delaware, West Virginia, District of Columbia, Virginia, 
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. 

The definition of this SMSA was revised for 1972. Historical data prior to 1972 
are based on the old definition. Data tabulated under the new 1972 definition 
differ by 5 percent or less from 1972 data tabulated under the old definition. 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1981 Annual Survey of 
Manufactures, Origin of Exports of Manufactured Products , M 81 (AS)-5, 
May 1983; 1980 Annual Survey of Manufactures, Statistics for Industry Groups 
and Industries , M 80 (AS)-l, February 1982; 1978 Annual Survey of 
Manufactures, States and SMSA's , M 78 (AS)-6, September 1981. 



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NO. 98 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING, MARYLAND AND SELECTED EASTERN AND 
MIDWESTERN STATES, REGIONALLY RANKED BY RATE OF GROWTH IN TOTAL EMPLOYEES: 

1977-1978 



TOTAL EMPLOYEES 



PRODUCTION WORKERS 



PERCENT GROWTH 



REGION AND STATE 



1978 
(1,000) 



1977 
(1,000 



1978 
(1,000) 



1977 
(1,000 



TOTAL EMPLOYEES 
1978/77 



UNITED STATES 



20,502 



19,590 



14,229 



13,691 



4.7 



MIDEAST 



MARYLAND 


253 


243 


170 


163 


New Jersey 


798 


778 


493 


490 


New York 


1,538 


1,510 


965 


958 


Pennsylvania 


1,351 


1,329 


944 


934 


Delaware 


67 


67 


33 


32 


SOUTHEAST 










West Virginia 


124 


117 


92 


89 


Georgia 


512 


485 


393 


376 


Tennessee 


510 


490 


389 


376 


Kentucky 


289 


278 


216 


209 


South Carolina 


387 


374 


308 


300 


North Carolina 


789 


765 


626 


611 


Virgini a 


406 


395 


309 


302 


Alabama 


347 


341 


277 


273 


MIDWEST 











Minnesota 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Indiana 

Ohio 

Illinois 



366 

1,181 

562 

735 

1,362 

1,311 



332 

1,116 

535 

706 

1,331 

1,286 



228 
823 
399 
542 
938 
870 



211 
789 
381 
522 
924 
858 



4.1 
2.6 
1.9 
1.7 
0.0 



6.0 
5.6 
4.1 
4.0 
3.5 
3.1 
2.8 
1.8 



10.2 
5.8 
5.0 
4.1 
2.3 
1.9 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 Annual Survey of 
Manufactures, Statistics for Industry Groups and Industries , M80 (AS)-l, 
February 1982; 1978 Annual Survey of Manufactures, States and SMSA's , M78 (AS)-6, 
September 1981. 



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NO. 99 

VALUE ADDED BY PRINCIPAL MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN MARYLAND: 1978 and 19 77 

RANK BY DOLLAR VOLUME: 1978 



1978 1977 PERCENT CHANGE 

SIC INDUSTRY ($1,000,000) ($1,000,000) 1978/77 

ALL INDUSTRIES 7,739.2 7,115.6 8.8 

20 Food and Kindred Products 

33 Primary Metals 

36 Electric and Electronic Equipment 
35 Machinery, Except Electrical 

28 Chemicals and Allied Products 

37 Transportation Equipment 
27 Printing and Publishing 

34 Fabricated Metal Products 
26 Paper and Allied Products 
32 Stone, Clay and Glass Products 

23 Apparel 

30 Rubber, Misc. Plastic Products 

38 Instruments & Related Products 

29 Petroleum and Coal Products 
25 Furniture and Fixtures 

24 Lumber and Wood Products 

31 Leather and Leather Products 
22 Textile Products 

39 Miscellaneous Mfg. Industries 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1978 Annual Survey 
of Manufactures, States and SMSA's , AS-6. 



1,128.3 


1,024.4 


10.1 


1,043.2 


833.9 


25.1 


946.3 


953.7 


-0.8 


816.2 


709.7 


15.0 


679.0 


673.9 


0.8 


634.5 


582.9 


8.9 


577.5 


496.6 


16.3 


358.2 


357.3 


0.3 


338.4 


338.7 


-0.1 


313.8 


276.3 


13.6 


258.8 


267.3 


-3.2 


255.0 


229.8 


11.0 


73.3 


72.8 


0.7 


60.9 


39.9 


52.6 


57.5 


51.6 


11.4 


46.2 


77.5 


-40.4 


32.3 


33.5 


-3.6 


22.3 


17.4 


28.2 


97.5 


78.4 


24.4 



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NO. 100 

VALUE ADDED BY MANUFACTURE, MARYLAND AND SELECTED EASTERN AND 
MIDWESTERN STATES, REGIONALLY RANKED BY RATE OF GROWTH: 1977-1978 



REGION AND STATE 



VALUE ADDED 
($1,000,000) 



1978 



1977 



PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1978/77 



UNITED STATES 



657,246 



585,166 



12.3 



MIDEAST 
Delaware 
Pennsylvania 
New York 
MARYLAND 
New Jersey 

SOUTHEAST 
Alabama 
South Carolina 
West Virginia 
Kentucky 
North Carolina 
Georgia 
Tennessee 
Virginia 

MIDWE ST 
Minnesota 
Wisconsin 
Indiana 
Illinois 
Michigan 
Ohio 



2,012 
40,551 
48,310 

7,739 
24,725 



9,746 
9,477 
4,427 
10,845 
20,617 
13,945 
14,046 
11,961 



10,908 
18,814 
25,700 
44,854 
41,805 
47,641 



Source: 



Survey of Manufactures, States and SMSA's , AS-6. 



1,596 


26.1 


36,017 


12.6 


44,290 


9.1 


7,116 


8.8 


22,853 


8.2 


8,406 


15.9 


8,186 


15.8 


3,880 


14.1 


9,546 


13.6 


18,231 


13.1 


12,549 


11.1 


12,663 


10.9 


10,882 


9.9 


9,605 


13.6 


16,606 


13.3 


22,718 


13. 1 


40,279 


11.4 


37,566 


11.3 


43,055 


10.7 


he Census, 


1978 Annual 



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NO. 101 

VALUE ADDED PER JRODUCTION WORKER, MARYLAND 
AND SELECTED EASTERN AND MIDWESTERN STATES: 1978 and 1977 
REGIONALLY RANKED BY VALUE IN 1978 



VALUE ADDED PER 
PRODUCTION WORKER 
($1,000) 

REGION AND STATE 1978 1977 



UNITED STATES 46.2 42.7 



MIDEAST 
Delaware 
New Jersey 
New York 
MARYLAND 
Pennsylvania 

SOUTHEAST 
Kentucky 
West Virginia 
Virginia 
Tennessee 
Georgia 
Alabama 

North Carolina 
South Carolina 

MIDWEST 
Illinois 
Michigan 
Ohio 

Minnesota 
Indiana 
Wisconsin 



61.0 


49,9 


50.2 


46.6 


50.1 


46,2 


45.5 


43.7 


43.0 


38.6 


50.2 


45.7 


48.1 


43.6 


38.7 


36.0 


36.1 


33.7 


35.5 


33.4 


35.2 


30.8 


32.9 


29.8 


30.8 


27.3 


51.6 


46.9 


50.8 


47.6 


50.8 


46.6 


47.8 


45.5 


47.4 


43.5 


47.2 


43.6 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, derived 
from data in the 1978 Annual Survey of Manufactures , States 
and SMSA's. AS-6. 



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NO. 102 

ESTIMATED TRAVEL EXPENDITURES AND TRAVEL 
GENERATED EMPLOYMENT IN MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1981 

RANKED BY EXPENDITURE LEVELS 











Travel 


Travel 




Total Travel 


Generated 


Generated 




Exp< 


^nditures 


Employment 


Payroll 




(Thi 


Dusands) 


(Jobs) 


(Thousands) 


MARYLAND 


$ 2 


,712,018 


70,657 


$ 664,372 


Baltimore City 




678,620 


16,005 


183,797 


Anne Arundel 




435,165 


8,307 


114,352 


Worcester 




349,612 


10,817 


76,165 


Montgomery 




265,869 


7,763 


63,618 


Baltimore 




239,895 


7,264 


53,175 


Prince George's 




188,939 


5,305 


42,850 


Washington 




166,084 


3,892 


41, 194 


Harford 




58,526 


1,802 


12,834 


Allegany 




53,481 


1,215 


13,362 


Howard 




53,184 


1,727 


12,705 


Frederick 




44,737 


1,372 


9,876 


Wicomico 




39,882 


1,223 


8,848 


Talbot 




25,195 


771 


5,602 


Garrett 




19,725 


569 


4,126 


Cecil 




17,826 


526 


5,942 


Queen Anne's 




15,220 


457 


3,257 


St. Mary's 




11,671 


321 


2,600 


Dorchester 




11,444 


317 


2,380 


Charles 




10,406 


296 


2,261 


Somerset 




9,787 


300 


2,120 


Calvert 




5,919 


142 


1,157 


Carroll 




5,547 


139 


1,117 


Kent 




4,441 


117 


910 


Caroline 




842 


12 


124 



Source: A study prepared for the Maryland Department of Economic 
and Community Development, Office of Tourist Development, 
by the U.S. Travel Data Center: The Economic Impact of 
Travel on Maryland Counties, 1981 , December 1982. 



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NO. 103 



tram: activity in Maryland, kstai51.isiimf.nts with payroll only: 1977' 



TYPE OF ACTIVITY 



NUMBER OF 
ESTABLISHMENTS 



SALES OR 
RECEIPTS 
1977 ($1,000) 



APPROXIMATE 

PERCENT CHANGE 

1977/1972 
SALES PAYROLL 

OR ENTIRE 
RECEIPTS YEAR 



Retail Trade 

Building Materials, Hardware, 

Garden Supply and Mobil Home 

Dealers 
General Merchandise 
Food Stores 
Automotive Dealers 
Choline Service Stations 
Apparel and Accessory Stores 
xurniture, Home Furnishings and 

Equipment 
Eating and Drinking Places 
Drug and Proprietary Stores 
Miscellaneous Retail Stores 



21,290 



846 
520 
2,844 
1,388 
2,249 
1,900 

1,506 

5,051 

737 

4,249 



Wholesale Trade 5,019 

Durable Goods 3,245 
Motor Vehicles and Automotive Parts 

and Supplies 560 

Furniture and Home Furnishings 187 
Sporting, Recreational, Photographs 

and Hobby Goods, Toys and Supplies 86 
Metals and Minerals, except 

Petroleum 98 

Nondurable Goods 1,774 

Apparel, Piece Goods 93 

Groceries and Related Products 550 

Farm Product Raw Materials 78 

Petroleum and Petroleum Products 171 

Selected Services 12,569 

Hotels, Motels, etc. 436 

Personal Services 2,975 

Business Services 3,020 

Automotive Repair and Services 1,613 

Miscellaneous Repair Servicer 989 

Amusement and Recreation Services 1,067 

Dental Laboratories 97 

L>_gal Services 1,712 
Architectural, Engineering and 

Land-Surveying Services 660 



$14,110,851 



519,271 
2,030,893 
3,129,454 
2,800,752 
1,189,725 

679,342 

607,975 
1,229,518 

514,343 
1,409,578 

16,900,800 
9,947,032 

3,358,397 
356,416 

117,639 

754,550 
6,953,768 

279,328 
2,280,435 

450,716 
1,580,511 

3,092,578 
203,384 
298,962 

1,161,377 
322,870 
179,328 
275,586 
15.911 
270,190 

364,970 



56 



52 



65 


68 


37 


37 


59 


66 


59 


50 


83 


33 


37 


33 


37 


43 


77 


78 


34 


27 


62 


S* 


65 


55 


63 


61 


57 


48 


91 


63 



-12 



52 


77 


69 


47 


83 


10 


66 


60 


97 


77 


83 


16 


55 


48 


71 


73 


29 


20 


54 


44 


57 


58 


63 


60 


39 


24 


32 


31 


79 


122 



66 



62 



* THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS PUBLISHES THE CENSUS OF RETAIL TRADE , CENSUS OF WHOLESALE 
TRADE AND CENSUS OF SERVICE INDUSTRIES EVERY FIVE YEARS; THE 1982 ' EDITIONS ARE NOW BEING 
PROCESSED. THE SCHEDULED PUBLICATION DATE IS EARLY 1984. INFORMATION REGARDING RELEASE 
OF THE DATA MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING BUREAU OF THE CENSUS DIVISIONS IN SUITLAND, 
MD: 



Retail Trade - 301-763-5923 
Wholesale Trade - 301-763-5281 
Service Industries - 301-763-7039 



Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Area Statistics, Maryland, 1977 Census of Retail Trade , 
RC 77-A-21; 1977 Census of Wholesale Trade , WC 77-A-21; 1972 Census of Wholesale 
Trade , WC 72-A-21; 1977 Census of Service Industries, SC 77-A-21. 



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NO. 105 



MARYLAND RETAIL TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1977 



ALL ESTABLISHMENTS 



ESTABLISHMENTS WITH PAYROLL 



















PAYROLL 




POLITICAL 








SALES 






SALES 


ENTIRE YEAR 


PAID . 


SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


($1,000) , 


EMPLOYEES V ' 


MARYLAND 


28 


,344 


14 


,377,108 


21,290 


14 


,110,851 


1,803,341 


261,952 


A1 1 pgany 




728 




275,550 


520 




265,877 


32,116 


4,849 


A » ,J„-| 


2 


,217 


1 


,215,748 


1,669 


1 


,197,855 


151,048 


22,297 


Baltimore City 


5 


,595 


2 


,088,617 


4,212 


2 


,030,106 


294,893 


43,692 


Baltimore 


4 


,598 


2 


,653,492 


3,565 


2 


,616,035 


325,919 


49,194 


Calvert 




187 




58,766 


138 




56,954 


6,377 


916 


Caroline 




225 




57,630 


137 




53,833 


5,197 


761 


Carroll 




702 




238,562 


449 




229,177 


25,900 


3,927 


Cecil 




437 




177,635 


323 




172,741 


16,491 


2,742 


Charles 




442 




193,593 


310 




188,323 


21,841 


3,098 


Dorchester 




310 




86,758 


203 




82,483 


9,931 


1,520 


Frederick 




766 




351,702 


583 




344,412 


41,044 


6,437 


Garrett 




216 




75,223 


145 




71,848 


7,924 


1,118 


Harford 




844 




369,155 


614 




359,614 


42,981 


6,627 


Howard 




588 




294,725 


433 




289,880 


37,389 


5,648 


Kent 




209 




54,756 


139 




51,592 


6,412 


1,154 


Montgomery 


3 


,476 


2 


,406,665 


2,597 


2 


,381,841 


317,106 


42,442 


Prince George's 


3 


,459 


2 


,570,081 


2,812 


2 


,547,601 


317,852 


44,445 


Queen Anne ' s 




191 




50,902 


110 




47,136 


5,639 


884 


St. Mary's 




408 




122,880 


287 




118,256 


14,076 


2,235 


Somerset 




180 




32,150 


101 




27,654 


2,643 


489 


Talbot 




366 




122,583 


265 




118,277 


15,057 


2,173 


Washington 




938 




421,922 


712 




412,986 


47,636 


7,228 


Wicomico 




646 




288,435 


473 




281,802 


36,455 


5,279 


Worcester 




616 




169,578 


493 




164,568 


21,414 


2,797 



(1) 



For week including March 12. 



Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1977 Census of Retail Trade, Area Statistics, Maryland 
RC77-A-21. 



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NO. 106 



MARYLAND RETAIL TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1972 









ALL ESTABLISHMENTS 




ESTABLISHMENTS WITH 


PAYROLL 






















PAYROLL 




POLITICAL 








SALES 








SALES 


ENTIRE YEAR 


PAID 
EMPLOYEES J 


SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


MARYLAND 


26 


,704* 


9 


,418,130* 


19 


,431 


9 


,049,817 


1,186,746 


228,243 


Allegany 




818 




192,364 




510 




178,383 


20,429 


4,257 


Anne Arundel 


2 


,340 




742,245 


1 


,399 




710,003 


90,079 


17,533 


Baltimore City 


7 


,006 


1 


,811,264 


4 


,744 


1 


,719,471 


261,800 


52,393 


Baltimore 


4 


,992 


1 


,621,012 


2 


,952 


1 


,551,123 


195,677 


39,854 


Cal vprf 




188 




37,733 




124 




35,069 


3,765 


724 


Caroline 




206 




29,398 




108 




25,053 


2,587 


542 


Carroll 




740 




130,541 




356 




117,007 


13,920 


2,784 


Cecil 




451 




90,984 




289 




82,227 


8,479 


1,630 


Charles 




505 




124,091 




296 




117,299 


14,159 


2,816 


Dorchester 




321 




61,640 




208 




55,923 


7,084 


1,359 


Frederick 




877 




206,868 




564 




196,190 


25,064 


4,750 


Garrett 




206 




44,625 




128 




40,860 


4,468 


914 


Harford 




940 




232,929 




563 




220,925 


26,109 


5,152 


Howard 




583 




138,526 




338 




130,869 


18,757 


4,039 


Kent 




198 




35,100 




116 




31,162 


3,535 


749 


Montgomery 


3 


,520 


1 


,513,142 


2 


,116 


1 


,469,025 


192,565 


33,756 


Prince George's 


4 


,073 


1 


,727,757 


2 


,446 


1 


,681,003 


213,577 


38,797 


Queen Anne's 




218 




32,931 




121 




28,140 


3,295 


741 


St. Mary's 




'♦57 




81,625 




267 




76,002 


8,836 


1,840 


Somerset 




206 




25,000 




103 




19,541 


2,003 


447 


Talbot 




349 




77,0, i 




230 




70,593 


8,967 


1,664 


Washington 




991 




238,715 




640 




224,951 


28,101 


5,468 


Wicomico 




618 




192,532 




396 




183,045 


22,771 


4,245 


Worcester 




522 




91,948 




397 




88,953 


10,689 


1,789 



* In the 1977 Census of Retail Trade , an adjustment has been made at the State level in th< 
1972 "All Establishments" data to reflect the exclusion of nonemployer direct sellers 
("direct selling establishments" are shown in "nonstore retailers" category) . For the 
State, this change provides the following reductions from the originally published 1972 
figures: Number of establishments - less 4,621; Sales - less $62,000,000. A similar 
adjustment at the county level, however, is not available. Therefore, the county data, 
as shown, will total to the State figures published in the 1972 Census of Retail Trade . 



(1) 



For week including March 12 . 



Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, RC 72-A-21, 1972 Census of Retail Trade , Area Statist:! 
Maryland . 

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NO. 107 
MARYLAND WHOLESALE TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1977 



OLIT1CAL 
UBDIVISION 



NUMBER OF 
ESTABLISHMENTS 



SALES 
($1,000) 



PAYROLL 




ENTIRE 




YEAR 


PAID 
EMPLOYEES 


($1,000) 


$902,244 


67,121 


8,559 


799 


48,696 


3,498 


253,126 


18,966 


149,919 


10,403 


968 


101 


2,718 


2 70 


9,561 


901 


3,135 


316 


7,914 


666 


2,730 


311 


14,667 


1,337 


2,670 


304 


8,786 


808 


55,244 


3,890 


2,015 


237 


127,105 


8,139 


140,122 


10,373 


3,044 


376 


4,176 


385 


1,730 


273 


6,759 


634 


23,044 


2,025 


20,637 


1,689 


4,919 


420 



ARYLAND 

llegany 
nne Arundel 
altimore City 
al titnore 
alvert 

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harles 

archester 

rederick 
arrett 
arford 
award 

2nt 

Dntgomery 
rince George's 
ieen Anne' s 
l. Mary's 
jmerset 

ilbot 

ishington 

Lcomico 

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5,019 

99 

263 

1,162 

802 

12 

28 
102 
39 
54 
43 

116 
37 
91 

235 

27 

694 

649 

37 

34 

32 

67 
180 
154 

62 



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$16,900,800 

143,390 

1,091,594 

4,910,046 

2,691,597 

12,246 

59,632 
146,250 

33,299 
116,906 

34,755 

196,033 
44,372 

142,806 

1,464,847 

41,081 

2,130,519 

2,757,141 

57,019 

61,522 

21,271 

105,007 

243,634 

329,222 

66,611 



For week including March 12 



>urce: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Area Statistics, Maryland, 1977 Census of Wholesale Trade , 
WC 77-A-21. ' 



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NO. 108 



MARYLAND WHOLESALE TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1972 












PAYROLL ENTIRE 




POLITICAL 


NUMBER OF 


SALES 


YEAR 


PAID 


SUBDIVISION 


ESTABLISHMENTS 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


EMPLOYEES ^ 


Maryland 


4, 746 


$10,212,246 


$580,399 


62,923 


Allegany 


109 


101,918 


6,774 


818 


Anne Arundel 


194 


585,853 


22,809 


2,367 


Baltimore City 


1,400 


3,497,791 


220,906 


23,892 


Baltimore 


704 


1,639,332 


91,343 


8,980 


Cai vert 


8 


10,549 


664 


104 



Caroline 


36 


39,491 


Carroll 


80 


56,476 


Cecil 


43 


28,429 


Charles 


50 


53,947 


Dorchester 


46 


25,493 


Frederick 


107 


102,183 


Garrett 


32 


16,841 


Harford 


79 


90,398 


Howard 


106 


423,282 


Kent 


36 


23,181 


Montgomery 


604 


1,376,178 


Prince George's 


567 


1,643,922 


Queen Anne's 


27 


25,342 


St. Mary's 


28 


32,599 


Somerset 


38 


16,163 



1,720 
4,187 
2,271 
3,248 
1,835 

9,883 
1,306 
7,511 
15,364 
1,444 

64,148 

81,383 

1,880 

2,500 

1,483 



252 
600 
360 
484 
304 

1,182 
231 
942 

1,453 
261 

5,657 

9,006 

433 

307 

333 



Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



57 
171 
157 

67 



84,659 
147,713 
157,363 

33,143 



7,241 
15,141 
12,781 

2,577 



1,188 

1,794 

1,618 

407 



(1) 



For week including March 12, 1972. 



Source: U. S. Bureau of the Census, Area Statistics, Maryland, 1972 Census of 
Wholesale Trade, WC 72-A-21. 



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(1) 



NO. 109 



SELECTED SERVICES' ' IN MARYLAND BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1977 







ALL ESTABLISHMENTS 


ESTABLISHMENTS WITH 


PAYROLL 














PAYROLL 




POLITICAL 




RECEIPTS 




RECEIPTS 


ENTIRE YEAR 


PAID 
EMPLOYEES K ' 


SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


MARYLAND 


32,897 


3,357,864 


12,569 


3,092,578 


1,214,012 


131,981 


Allegany 


524 


24,907 


201 


21,446 


5,919 


1,022 


Anne Arundel 


2,301 


156,825 


892 


138,838 


52,708 


7,097 


Baltimore City 


5,572 


725,101 


2,632 


686,752 


252,306 


31,072 


Baltimore 


4,889 


445,521 


1,885 


406,867 


158,396 


19,847 


Calvert 


176 


7,951 


58 


6,476 


2,015 


277 


Caroline 


205 


6,229 


55 


4,771 


1,358 


194 


Carroll 


753 


31,154 


226 


25,110 


7,618 


1,005 


Cecil 


353 


16,765 


124 


13,348 


3,920 


524 


Charles 


358 


21,349 


147 


18,658 


6,367 


849 


Dorchester 


246 


8,486 


70 


6,987 


1,952 


315 


Frederick 


742 


32,048 


235 


26,738 


8,320 


1,247 


Garrett 


180 


7,968 


61 


6,153 


1,815 


374 


Harford 


841 


36,934 


318 


30,638 


9,843 


1,634 


Howard 


945 


79,545 


305 


71,177 


27,251 


3,070 


Kent 


189 


6,290 


55 


4,464 


1,312 


225 


Montgomery 


7,347 


1,092,478 


2,550 


1,021,050 


447,178 


35,953 


Prince George's 


4,383 


482,447 


1,623 


448,447 


177,722 


20,495 


Queen Anne's 


153 


4,974 


36 


3,240 


1,022 


197 


St. Mary's 


332 


x8,012 


128 


15,986 


6,823 


848 


Somerset 


113 


2,168 


31 


1,340 


427 


80 


Talbot 


334 


18,518 


121 


15,669 


4,814 


809 


Washington 


785 


46,667 


320 


40,969 


13,172 


1,935 


Wicomico 


657 


36,498 


226 


31,844 


10,427 


1,343 


Worcester 


519 


49,029 


270 


45,610 


11,327 


1,569 



(1) 



(2) 



Includes Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps; Personal Services; Miscellaneous 
Business Services; Auto Repair, Auto Services, Garages; Miscellaneous Repair Shops; 
Amusement and Recreation Services, including Motion Pictures; Dental Laboratories; 
Legal Services; Architectural, Engineering and Land- Surveying Services. 

For week including March 12. 



Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1977 Census of Service Industries, Area 
Statistics, Maryland, SC 77-A-21. 



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no. no 

SELECTED SERVICES^ 1 ) IN MARYLAND BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1972 



ALL ESTABLISHMENTS 



ESTABLISHMENTS WITH PAYROLL 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



RECEIPTS 
NUMBER ($1,000) 



NUMBER 



RECEIPTS 
($1,000) 



PAYROLL 
ENTIRE YEAR 
($1,000) 



PAID 
EMPLOYEES 



(J 



Maryland 



27,727 



2,204, 380 (3) 11,085 2,001, 046 (3) 



818,257 



Allegany 


490 


19,900 


225 


16,808 


4,994 


Anne Arundel 


1,747 


114,089 


649 


101,202 


37,573 


Baltimore City 


5,920 


599,778 


2,836 


564,143 


197,405 


Baltimore 


4,110 


245,796 


1,524 


212,639 


80,810 


Calvert 


124 


4,182 


46 


3,393 


1,065 


Caroline 


149 


4,970 


49 


3,596 


1,303 


Carroll 


499 


16,237 


153 


12,153 


3,595 


Cecil 


318 


10,946 


124 


8,670 


2,418 


Charles 


264 


10,349 


99 


8,288 


1,957 


Dorchester 


216 


5,819 


74 


4,472 


1,307 


Frederick 


622 


24,779 


224 


20,340 


6,582 


Garrett 


144 


3,499 


47 


2,503 


770 


Harford 


671 


26,786 


265 


21,728 


7,048 


Howard 


504 


90,014 


172 


86,093 


46,708 


Kent 


145 


4,059 


65 


3,128 


954 


Montgomery 


5,780 


683,246 


2,117 


633,456 


295,611 


Prince George's 


3,645 


293,646 


1,397 


267,082 


100,658 


Queen Anne's 


100 


2,576 


28 


1,667 


311 


St. Mary's 


222 


7,398 


91 


6,035 


2,141 


Somerset 


112 


1,644 


38 


902 


185 


Talbot 


251 


12,015 


107 


10,400 


3,313 


Washington 


711 


30,036 


283 


25,333 


8,265 


Wicomico 


541 


21,620 


204 


17,993 


6,091 


Worcester 


442 


28,283 


268 


26,319 


7,193 



177,859 

1,261 

6,071 

34,671 

14,139 

211 

256 
705 
626 
445 
337 

1,188 

205 

1,554 

4,896 

224 

30,208 
15,347 

85 
498 

51 

801 
1,727 
1,223 
1,130 



'includes Hotels, Motels, Trailer Courts, Camps; Personal Services; Miscellaneous 
Business Services; Auto Repair, Auto Services, Garages; Miscellaneous Repair Shops; 
Amusement and Recreation Services, including Motion Pictures; Dental Laboratories; 
Legal Services; Architectural, Engineering and Land-Surveying Services. 

For week including March 12, 1972. 

Adjustment at State level to allow for comparability with 1977 Receipts which reflect 
commissions, fees and other income of advertising agencies rather than gross billings as 
previous censuses. 

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1972 Census of Service Industries , SC 72-A21, 

Area Statistics, Maryland. 

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(2) 
(3) 



NO. Ill 

NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS, BY SELECTED KIND-OF- BUSINESS GROUPS 
MARYLAND SELECTED SERVICES BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1977 



SELECTED KIND-OF-BUSINESS GROUPS 





HOTELS , 


AUTO 




AMUSEMENT 








MOTELS , 


REPAIR, 


MISCEL- 


& RECREATION 








TOURIST 


AUTO 


LANEOUS 


SERVICES INCLUD- 




POLITICAL 


COURTS , 


SERVICES, 


REPAIR 


ING MOTION 


LEGAL 


SUBDIVISION 


CAMPS 


GARAGES 


SERVICES 


PICTURES 


SERVICES 


MARYLAND 


615 


2,778 


2,456 


3,909 


3 


,378 


Allegany 


19 


77 


40 


50 




36 


Anne Arundel 


28 


219 


198 


300 




200 


Brtltiscrc City 


41 


506 


362 


457 


1 


,017 


Baltimore 


62 


353 


352 


709 




512 


Calvert 


4 


17 


19 


31 




15 


Caroline 


4 


33 


28 


24 




9 


Carroll 


13 


88 


89 


93 




35 


Cecil 


27 


45 


37 


50 




27 


Charles 


11 


50 


30 


42 




20 


Dorchester 


4 


38 


24 


33 




14 


Frederick 


18 


78 


66 


108 




41 


Garrett 


23 


24 


11 


19 




10 


Harford 


24 


93 


87 


102 




75 


Howard 


22 


73 


65 


115 




80 


Kent 


10 


17 


22 


22 




12 


Montgomery 


35 


344 


380 


736 




754 


Prince George's 


45 


412 


365 


623 




342 


Queen Anne's 


6 


13 


13 


26 




15 


St. Mary's 


11 


44 


41 


42 




22 


Somerset 


4 


13 


13 


10 




7 



Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



10 

34 

16 

144 



37 

101 

76 

27 



34 
79 
68 
33 



47 
95 
81 
94 



27 
46 
29 
33 



Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1977 Census of Service Industries , Area 
Statistics, Maryland, SC 77-A-21. 



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GROSS STATE PRODUCT, MARYLAND, CURRENT AND CONSTANT DOLLARS: 1957-1982 



YEAR 



1982 
1981 
1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 
1973 
1972 
1971 
1970 
1969 
1968 
1967 
1966 
1965 
1964 
1963 
1962 
1961 
1960 
1959 
1958 
1957 



GSP GSP 





CONSTANT DOLLARS 


CURRENT DOLLARS 


1972=100 


($1,000,000,000) 


($1,000,000,000) 


$52.8 


$26.3 


50.9 


26.9 


46.3 


26.8 


42.4 


26.8 


38.4 


26.0 


34.8 


25.1 


32.0 


24.4 


29.3 


23.7 


27.2 


23.7 


25.2 


24.1 


22.7 


22.7 


20.5 


21.1 


18.9 


20.4 


17.6 


20.3 


16.1 


19.4 


14.7 


18.3 


13.6 


17.8 


12.2 


16.5 


11.0 


15.3 


10.0 


14.1 


9.3 


13.3 


8.6 


12.3 


8.1 


11.9 


7.8 


11.8 


7.3 


11.2 


7.1 


11.1 



Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Community Development, 






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NO. 115 



PERSONAL. INCOME BY MAJOR SOURCE, MARYLAND: 1982 AND 1980 
(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 



INF. 



ITEM 



1982 



AS PERCENT 
OF PERSONAL 
INCOME 



1980 



AS PERCENT 
OF PERSONAL 
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16. 

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13. 
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121 . 
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26. 
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INCOME BY IM.ACF. OF RESIDENCE 

1. Total personal Income (lines 5-10) 

2. Nonf.inn personal income' 3 ' 
t. Farm fnrome (line 16) 

4. Per capita personal Income (dollars) 

DERIVATION OF TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME 

5. Famines hv place of work (lines 11-15 or 16-31) v "' 
b. Loss: Personal contributions for social insurance 

7. I' lus: Resilience adjustment 

8. Equals: Net earnings by place of residence 
q. Plus: Dividends, Interest, and rent^"' 

10. Plus: Transfer payments 



(b) 



EARNINGS BY PLACE OF WORK 
Components of earnings: 

Wage and salary disbursements 

Other labor income 

Proprietors ' income' 
Fa rm 



(e) 



Nonfarm 



(e) 



EARN t NHS BY INDUSTRY 

Farm 

Nonf irm 

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fnrestrv, f 1 qh»r-(p<j t r\fUor 



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Nondurable t»oods 

Durjole goods 
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Wholesale trade 
Retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 
Services 

r r""e , -'i1 »nv( , H<"»nt , cl'rlMnn 
Federal government, military 
State and local govern rent 



PERCENT 

CHANCE 

1982/80 



52,195 


100.0 


43,880 


100.0 


18.9 


51,872 


99.4 


43,639 


99.4 


18.9 


323 


0.6 


242 


0.6 


33.5 


12,238 




10,385 




17.8 


33,493 


64.2 


29.209 


66.6 


14.7 


2,054 


3.9 


1,678 


3.8 


22.4 


5,688 


10.9 


4,965 


11.3 


14.6 


37,127 


71.1 


32,496 


74.1 


14.3 


7,970 


15.3 


5,871 


13.4 


35.8 


7,098 


13.6 


5,513 


12.6 


28.8 



29,046 


55.6 


25,252 


57.5 


15.0 


2,583 


4.9 


2,079 


4.7 


24. 2 


1,863 


3.6 


1,879 


4.3 


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218 


0.4 


153 


0.3 


42.5 


1,645 


3.2 


1,725 


3.9 


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323 


0.6 


242 


0.6 


33.5 


33,170 


63.6 


28,968 


66.0 


14.5 


121 


0.2 


106 


0.2 


14.2 


56 


0.1 


48 


0.1 


16.7 


1,928 


3.7 


1,959 


4.5 


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5,117 


9.8 


4,881 


11.1 


4.8 


1,904 


3.6 


1,769 


4.0 


7.6 


3,212 


6.2 


3,112 


7.1 


3.2 


2,374 


4.5 


1,954 


4.5 


21.5 


2,111 


4.0 


1,752 


4.0 


20.5 


3,567 


6.8 


3,217 


7.3 


10.9 


1,891 


3.6 


1,575 


3.6 


20.1 


7,344 


14.1 


5,965 


13 .* 


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3,656 


7.0 


3,240 


7.4 


12.8 


740 


1.4 


539 


1.2 


37.3 


4,261 


8.2 


3,731 


8.5 


14.3 



Tocal personal Income less farm earnings (labor and proprietors' income) equals nonfarm personal income. 

Earnings (labor and proprietors' income) consists of wage and salary disbursements plus other labor income plus 

proprietors' income. 

Personal contributions for social insurance are implicitly included in the estimates of earnings (labor and proprietors' 

Income) hv type and industry. However, they are not included in personal income and are therefore subtracted from 

earnings in computation of personal Income. 

rni-1 Miles the capital consumption adjustment for rental income of persons. 

Includes the capital consumption adjustment for nonfarm proprietors. 

Includes fishing, hunting and trapping, and wages and salaries of U.S. residents working for international 

organ 1 zatlons . 



Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business , August 1983. 



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NO. 117 

TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME, MARYLAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND SELECTED 

EASTERN STATES: 1982 AND 1980 



STATE 



TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME 

($1,000,000) ($1,000,000) 
1982 1980 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1982/80 1980/78 



UNITED STATES 


2,571,592 


2,158,685 


MIDEAST 






MARYLAND 


52,195 


43,880 


New York 


217,457 


180,719 


New Jersey 


97,361 


80,964 


Delaware 


7,065 


5,999 


District of Columbia 


9,186 


7,827 


Pennsylvania 


129,985 


111,543 


SOUTHEAST 






Florida 


114,347 


90,856 


Louisiana 


44,633 


35,990 


Georgia 


54,035 


44,193 


Virginia 


60,923 


50,168 


South Carolina 


27,231 


22,822 


North Carolina 


54,431 


45,650 


Arkansas 


19,430 


16,472 


Mississippi 


19,840 


16,852 


Tennessee 


41,420 


35,212 


Alabama 


34,101 


29,123 


Kentucky 


32,762 


28,009 


West Virginia 


17,078 


14,950 



19.1 



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18.9 


23.7 


20.3 


22.3 


20.3 


24.3 


17.8 


22.1 


17.4 


22.0 


16.5 


22.7 


25.9 


35.7 


24.0 


32.7 


22.3 


25.1 


21.4 


25.0 


19.3 


24.9 


19.2 


22.8 


18.0 


20.5 


17.7 


22.6 


17.6 


23.4 


17.1 


22.3 


17.0 


21.4 


14.2 


22.3 



MARYLAND as Percent 
of U.S. 



2.0 



2.0 



Note: State Personal Income is income received by State residents from all 

sources during any calendar year. Excludes wages and salaries received 
by federal military and civilian employees temporarily stationed abroad, 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of 
Current Business , August, 1983; August 1982. 



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NO. 118 

PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME, MARYLAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND 
SELECTED EASTERN STATES: 1982 AND 1980 



STATE 



PER CAPITA INCOME 
1982 1980 

($) ($) 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1982/80 1980/78 



RANK IN 
NATION BASED 
ON 1982 
INCOME 



UNITED STATES 



11,107 



9,503 



16.9 



22.2 



MIDEAST 






MARYLAND 


12,238 


10,385 


New York 


12,314 


10,283 


New Jersey 


13,089 


10,976 


District of Columbia 


14,550 


12,296 


Pennsylvania 


10,955 


9,389 


Delaware 


11,731 


10,066 


SOUTHEAST 






Louisiana 


10,231 


8,525 


Florida 


10,978 


9,201 


Georgia 


9,583 


8,061 


Virginia 


11,095 


9,357 


Arkansas 


8,479 


7,166 


Kentucky 


8,934 


7,648 


North Carolina 


9,044 


7,753 


South Carolina 


8,502 


7,298 


Mississippi 


7,778 


6,680 


Tennessee 


8,906 


7,662 


Alabama 


8,649 


7,477 


West Virginia 


8,769 


7,665 


MARYLAND as Percent 






of U.S. 


110.2 


109.3 



17.8 


23.4 


9 


19 c 8 


23.4 


7 


19.3 


24.0 


4 


18.3 


28.4 


2 


16.7 


22.5 


23 


16.5 


22.6 


14 


20.0 


28.0 


32 


19.3 


25.5 


21 


18.9 


20.7 


37 


18.6 


23.2 


20 


18.3 


17.5 


50 


16.8 


19.7 


44 


16.7 


19.7 


41 


16.5 


21.5 


49 


16.4 


20.9 


51 


16.2 


19.8 


45 


15.7 


20.4 


48 


14.4 


20.4 


47 



Note: State Personal Income is income received by State residents from all sources 
during any calendar year. Excludes wages and salaries received by federal 
military and civilian employees temporarily stationed abroad. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of 
Current Business , August, 1983; August 1982. 



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NO. 119 



TRANSFER PAYMENTS, BY STATE FOR 1982 AND 1980 







TRANSFER 


PAYMENTS 


(MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 








1982 


1980 




1982 


1980 


UNITED STATES 


374, 546 


297,570 


SOUTHEAST 


83,529 


66, 195 








Alabama 


6,018 


4,857 


NEW ENGLAND 


21,157 


16,814 


Arkansas 


3,676 


2,971 


Connecticut 


4,933 


3,841 


Florida 


20,060 


15,541 


Maine 


1,910 


1,538 


Georgia 


7,439 


5,963 


Massachusetts 


10,345 


8,312 


Kentucky 


5,573 


4,540 


New Hampshire 


1,347 


1,054 


Louisiana 


5,779 


4,504 


Rhode Island 


1,831 


1,449 


Mississippi 


3,672 


2,965 


Vermont 


792 


619 


North Carolina 


8,038 


6,272 








South Carolina 


4,309 


3,396 


MIDEAST 


78,632 


63,259 


Tennessee 


6,682 


5,350 


Delaware 


886 


742 


Virginia 


8,644 


6,885 


District of Columbia 


1,963 


1,701 


West Virginia 


3,639 


2,950 


MARYLAND 


7,098 


5,513 








New Jersey 


12,473 


10,111 


SOUTHWEST 


29,234 


23,163 


New York 


32,820 


26,874 


Arizona 


4,607 


3,500 


Pennsylvania 


23,392 


18,318 


New Mexico 


1,931 


1,556 








Oklahoma 


4,712 


3,739 


GREAT LAKES 


68,334 


54,918 


Texas 


17,983 


14,367 


Illinois 


19,010 


14,832 








Indiana 


7,683 


6,191 


ROCKY MOUNTAIN 


9,080 


7,051 


Michigan 


15,796 


13,477 


Colorado 


4,099 


3,223 


Ohio 


18,271 


14,495 


Idaho 


1,348 


1,033 


Wisconsin 


7,575 


5,922 


Montana 


1,236 


972 








Utah 


1,805 


1,379 


PLAINS 


26,100 


20,716 


Wyoming 


592 


446 


Iowa 


4,452 


3,465 








Kansas 


3,702 


2,863 


FAR WEST** 


56,122 


43,829 


Minnesota 


6,010 


4,693 


California 


42,857 


33,612 


Missouri 


7,794 


6,422 


Nevada 


1,364 


1,024 


Nebraska 


2,225 


1,761 


Oregon 


4,562 


3.531 


North Dakota 


930 


736 


Washington 
Alaska" 


7,340 


5,661 


South Dakota 


988 


776 


837 


421 








Hawaii 


1,520 


1,205 



Personal income includes transfers - payments not resulting from current production - 
from government and business. Transfer payments consist of: 

(1) income maintenance: Federal and State and Local direct welfare (including 
supplemental security income payments), food stamp payments, and payments made 
through several other relief programs. 

(2) unemployment compensation: payments to unemployed workers through State, 
Federal and railroad unemployment insurance programs. 

(3) retirement and other: retirement and disability payments made through the social 
security programs and through railroad, military, and Federal civilian retirement 
programs; Medicare; educational assistance to veterans and others; and miscellan- 
eous transfers, such as business payments. 

** 

Does not include Alaska and Hawaii. 

The 1982 estimate includes a very large disbursement of State oil revenues to Alaska's 
residents. This "permanent fund dividend" payment adds $331 million to Alaska transfer 
payments and total personal income. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current 
Business , August 1983. 



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FAMILIES BELOW POVERTY LINE IN MARYLAND 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1979 







ALL INCOME 


FAMILIES 


BELOW 




LEVELS: 1979 


POVERTY LEVEL: 1979 


SUBDIVISION 


FAMILIES 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


UNITED STATES 


59 


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5,670,215 


9.6 


MARYLAND 


1 


094,386 


82,006 


7.5 


Allegany 




22,080 


1,994 


9.0 


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97,311 


4,862 


5.0 


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188,943 


35,751 


18.9 


Baltimore 




180,679 


7,337 


4.1 


Calvert 




8,867 


680 


7.7 


Caroline 




6,334 


638 


10.1 


Carroll 




25,662 


1,017 


4.0 


Cecil 




15,802 


1,083 


6.9 


Charles 




18,318 


1,135 


6.2 


Dorchester 




8,275 


884 


10.7 


Frederick 




30,251 


1,496 


4.9 


Garrett 




7,095 


902 


12.7 


Harford 




38,595 


2,403 


6.2 


Howard 




31,535 


919 


2.9 


Kent 




4,495 


460 


10.2 


Montgomery 




152,891 


4,661 


3.0 


Prince George's 




166,923 


8,138 


4.9 


Queen Anne's 




7,055 


524 


7.4 


St. Mary's 




14,826 


1,229 


8.3 


Somerset 




5,174 


568 


11.0 


Talbot 




7,248 


514 


7.1 


Washington 




30,404 


2,440 


8.0 


Wicomico 




17,248 


1,555 


9.0 


Worcester 




8,375 


816 


9.7 



Note on the Poverty Level : 

The poverty level is a designation used by the federal government as 
one means of identifying areas and persons with income levels so low that 
some economic hardship is likely to be present. Various levels have been 
determined depending on family size, number of children, and age of the 
family householder or unrelated individual. The poverty thresholds used 
in the 1980 census differ slightly from those used in the 1970 census, 
which took into account the same three factors as well as sex of the family 
householder or unrelated individual and farm-nonfarm residence. In addition, 
for the 1980 census the thresholds by size of family were extended from 7 or 
more persons to 9 or more persons. The income cutoffs are updated each year 
to reflect the change in the Consumer Price Index. The poverty threshold for 
a family of four was $7,412 in 1979. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 Census of 
Population and Housing, Advance Estimates of Social Economic and 
Housing Characteristics, Maryland , PHC 80-S2-22, issued Feb. 1983; 
Census of Population and Housing, 1980 , United States, Summary 
Tape File 3C. 



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NO. 122 

ESTIMATED PER CAPITA AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD CONSUMER SPENDABLE INCOME BY 
POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, RANKED BY PER CAPITA CONSUMER SPENDABLE INCOME: 1982 



POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



PER CAPITA 




AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD 




CONSUMER SPENDABLE 




CONSUMER SPENDABLE 




INCOME 


RANK 


INCOME 


RANI 


$ 9,545 




$25,846 




10,356 




28,777 




8,782 




24,387 




15,535 


1 


41,795 


1 


14,129 


2 


40,074 


2 


11,468 


3 


33,288 


3 


10,056 


4 


26,826 


6 


9,373 


5 


22,628 


12 


9,338 


6 


27,478 


5 


9,159 


7 


28,836 


4 


8,794 


8 


20,577 


15 


8,556 


9 


24,578 


8 


8,152 


10 


22,323 


13 


8,127 


11 


23,959 


9 


8,061 


12 


22,117 


14 


8,020 


13 


25,407 


7 


7,788 


14 


20,185 


18 


7,699 


15 


23,320 


11 


7,686 


16 


20,421 


17 


7,574 


17 


20,544 


16 


7,432 


18 


23,348 


10 


7,260 


19 


19,989 


19 


7,054 


20 


18,725 


20 


6,596 


21 


16,530 


24 


6,500 


22 


17,337 


22 


6,011 


23 


17,326 


23 


5,875 


24 


18,388 


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UNITED STATES 

MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN AREA 



Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Howard 
Baltimore 
Talbot 

Harford 

Charles 

Kent 

Frederick 

Washington 

Anne Arundel 
Queen Anne's 
Cecil 
Worcester 
Carroll 

Wicomico 
Baltimore City 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 
Dorchester 

Allegany 
Caroline 
Garrett 
Calvert 



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Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc. 1-1-83 SRDS Consumer Market Data. 



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RETAIL SALES PER HOUSEHOLD RANK ORDER FOR STATES: 1982 







IN DOLLARS 




IN DOLLARS 


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PER HOUSEHOLD 


UNITED STATES 


12,428 


Florida 


12,291 


Alaska 


17,570 


Illinois 


12,234 


Nevada 


15,814 


Missouri 


12,011 


Texas 


15,304 


Louisiana 


11,943 


New Hampshire 


15,147 


Ohio 


11,713 


Massachusetts 


15,133 


Washington 


11,696 


Wyoming 


15,082 


Oklahoma 


11,583 


Hawaii 


14,689 


Georgia 


11,554 


New Jersey- 


14,027 


Michigan 


11,496 


California 


13,933 


Rhode Island 


11,425 


Montana 


13,645 


Iowa 


11,400 


Connecticut 


13,533 


Pennsylvania 


11,283 


Virginia 


13,471 


Tennessee 


11,254 


Colorado 


13,321 


Kentucky 


11,210 


Utah 


13,177 


New York 


11,180 


Vermont 


13,091 


Wisconsin 


11,170 


Delaware 


13,035 


South Dakota 


11,156 


New Mexico 


13,010 


Kansas 


10,916 


Maine 


12,989 


West Virginia 


10,851 


Idaho 


12,760 


South Carolina 


10,830 


MARYLAND 


12,676 


North Carolina 


10,822 


Minnesota 


12,664 


Nebraska 


10,766 


North Dakota 


12,491 


Alabama 


10,703 


Indiana 


12,388 


Arkansas 


10,223 


Arizona 


12,367 


Mississippi 


9,975 


Oregon 


12,309 


District of Columbia 


9,390 


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NO. 128 

FOOD STAMP DISTRIBUTION: 
FISCAL YEARS 1983 AND 1982 











HOUSEHOLDS PARTICIPATING 




TOTAL VALUE 


TOTAL VALUE 




JUNE 1983 












OF FOOD 


OF FOOD 








LOCAL 


COUPONS SOLD 


COUPONS SOLD 




PUBLIC 


NON-PUBLIC 


DEPARTMENT 


FY 1983 


FY 1982 


TOTAL 


ASSISTANCE 


ASSISTANCE 


Dtal State 


$175,461,720 


$166,404,189 


123,393 


60,844 


62,549 


altimore City 


97,845,697 


93,082,056 


70,279 


39,691 


30,588 


Dtal Counties 


77,616,023 


73,322,133 


53,114 


21,153 


31,961 


Llegany 


4,617,135 


3,551,890 


3,448 


970 


2,478 


ine Arundel 


7,977,545 


8,055,061 


4,857 


2,267 


2,590 


altimore 


10,583,556 


9,688,195 


7,099 


3,351 


3,748 


alvert 


1,327,849 


1,442,773 


834 


243 


591 


aroline 


1,027,741 


965,244 


792 


222 


570 


arroll 


1,219,332 


1,109,038 


855 


254 


601 


;cil 


2,559,961 


2,233,549 


1,754 


559 


1,195 


larles 


2,761,754 


2,686,725 


1,724 


600 


1,124 


Drchester 


1,381,556 


1,257,892 


1,124 


369 


755 


rederick 


2,229,480 


1,905,037 


1,605 


470 


1,135 


arrett 


1,307,505 


1,079,938 


858 


187 


671 


arford 


4,022,615 


3,644,617 


2,640 


1,000 


1,640 


ward 


1,192,756 


1,146,096 


831 


190 


641 


?nt 


626,468 


648,344 


525 


109 


416 


jntgomery 


7,565,535 


6,836,628 


5,629 


2,843 


2,786 


rince George's 


15,119,858 


15,955,610 


9,494 


5,109 


4,385 


jeen Anne ' s 


746,771 


719,914 


570 


161 


409 


b. Mary's 


1,657,083 


1,632,976 


1,015 


328 


687 


Dmerset 


1,240,617 


1,191,230 


969 


189 


780 


albot 


607,215 


572,328 


546 


95 


451 


ashington 


3,454,855 


2,816,392 


2,678 


745 


1,933 


Lcoraico 


3,481,487 


3,324,328 


2,610 


710 


1,900 


Drcester 


907,349 


858,328 


657 


182 


475 



Durce: Maryland Department of Human Resources, Income Maintenance Administration 



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NO. 129 



URBAN WORKER'S FAMILY BUDGET^, 
BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN AREA AND SELECTED U.S. METROPOLITAN AREAS: AUTUMN 1981 



METROPOLITAN AREA TOTAL BUDGET^ INDEX*' ' 



Boston $29,213 115 

New York-Northeastern NJ 29,540 116 

Washington, D.C.-MD-VA 27,352 108 

San Francisco-Oakland 27,082 107 

Philadelphia-NJ 26,567 105 

Minneapolis-St. Paul 25,799 102 

Cleveland 25,598 101 

Detroit 25,208 99 

Chicago-Northwestern IND 25,358 100 

BALTIMORE 25,114 99 

Cincinnati 25,475 100 

Pittsburgh 24,717 97 

Los Angeles-Long Beach 25,025 98 

Houston 23,601 93 

Atlanta 23,273 92 

Dallas 22,678 89 

URBAN U.S. 25,407 100 

Refers to annual cost c E intermediate living standard for a family 
comprised of a 38 year old husband, wife not employed outside the 
home, 13 year old boy and 8 year old girl. 

(2) 

v 'U.S. Urban Average Cost = 100. 

(3) 

Total budget costs include personal income taxes, social security, 

other items and total consumption. 

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Autumn 
1981 Urban Family Budget and Comparative Indexes for Selected 
Urban Areas , released April 16, 1982. This is the last release 
of four-person family budget data to be issued due to a BLS 
budget reduction. 



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NO. 131 

INDICES OF AVERAGE EARNINGS OF WORKERS IN SELECTED 
OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS, ALL INDUSTRIES, IN SELECTED 
METROPOLITAN AREAS: JANUARY-DECEMBER 1982 
(ALL METROPOLITAN AREAS = 100*) 



AREA 



OFFICE 
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ELECTRONIC 
DATA PROCESSING 



SKILLED 
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UNSKILLED 
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Anaheim-Santa Ana- 
Garden Grove, Cal. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-Ind. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex. 
Dayton, Ohio 
Denver-Boulder, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Green Bay, Wis. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo.-Kans. 
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Cal. 
Mi lwaukee , Wis . 
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. 
New York, N.Y. -N.J. 
Philadelphia, Pa. -N.J. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Me. 
St. Louis, Mo. -111. 
San Diego, Cal. 
San Francisco-Oakland, Cal. 
Seattle-Everett, Wash. 
Washington, D.C.-MD.-Va. 
Wichita, Kans. 



106 


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102 


107 


101 


94 


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97 


93 


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104 


99 


96 


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100 


98 


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90 


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101 


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117 


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95 


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107 


101 


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97 


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94 


97 


103 


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86 


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96 


105 


123 


95 


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106 


118 


94 


85 


102 


114 


98 


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131 


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99 


106 


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103 


105 


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95 


118 


96 


105 


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111 


73 


102 


100 


99 


103 


85 


117 


135 


112 


129 


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79 


95 


93 



*Average pay levels for each industry and occupational groups in 262 Standard 
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA's) in the United States (excluding Alaska 
and Hawaii) as established by the Office of Management and Budget through 
February, 1974. 

Note: Dashes indicate data that do not meet publication criteria. 

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wage Differences 
Among Metropolitan Areas, 1982 , issued July 1983. 



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NO. 132 



STATE OF MARYLAND 

Schedule of General Government Revenues by Source, Expenditures by Function and Other 

Sources (Uses) of Financial Resources and Changes in Fund Balances 

General, Special Revenue, Debt Service and Capital Projects Funds 

FISCAL YEARS 1982, 1979, and 1976 

(Expressed in Thousands) 



YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 


1982 


1979 


1976 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


PERCENT 

OF TOTAL 



REVENUES: 

Income taxes ' 

Retail sales and use taxes 
Motor vehicle taxes and fees 
Other taxes 

Other licenses and fees 
Charges for services 
Interest and other investment income 
Other 
Federal revenue 

TOTAL REVENUE 

EXPENDITURES: 
Current: 

General government 

Education 

Human resources 

Health and mental hygiene 

Transportation 

Public safety and judicial 

Economic and community development 

Natural resources and recreation 

Agriculture 

Personnel and retirement 
Intergovernmental 
Debt service 
Capital outlays 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Excess (deficiency) of revenues over 
expenditures 

OTHER SOURCES (USES) OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES: 
Proceeds from bond issues 
Operating transfers In 
Operating transfers out 

Net other sources (uses) of 
financial resources 

Excess (deficiency of revenues over 
expenditures and net other sources 
(uses) of financial resources 

Fund balance, July 1 
Adjustments 

Fund balance, July 1, as restated 
Transfer from Maryland Transportation 
Authority 

Fund balance, June 30 



797 


397 


17 


4 


436 


633 


9 


5 


510 


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11 


2 


49 


426 


1 


1 


193 


157 


4 


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124 


999 


2 


7 


80 


872 


1 


8 


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906 


20 


3 



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139,262 



(79,821) 

803,584 
(6,595) 

796,989 



$ 717,168 



1,107,459 


28.5 


$ 834,592 


30. 1 


699,188 


18.0 


419,412 


15. 1 


431,010 


11.1 


345,509 


12.5 


395,457 


10.2 


289,334 


10.4 


35,732 


1.0 


30,137 


1. 1 


117,219 


3.0 


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5.2 


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2.0 


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0.6 


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3.5 


11,790 


0.4 


881,964 


22.7 


680,654 


24.6 


3,883,262 


100.0 


2,771,783 


100.0 



(8,416) 



19,253 

514,366 
208,487 

722,853 



$ 742,106 



355,238 



(20,610) 



131, 168 



131, 168 



$ 110,558 



205,972 


4.3 


147,529 


3.8 


160,630 


5.1 


934,163 


19.5 


740,997 


19.2 


586,558 


18.6 


465,299 


9.7 


375,058 


9.7 


303,170 


9.6 


896,743 


18.7 


657,604 


17.1 


499,348 


15.9 


666,070 


13.9 


571,347 


14.8 


551,004 


17.5 


286,223 


6.0 


271,390 


7.0 


186, 110 


5.9 


17,238 


0.4 


10,719 


0.3 


8,548 


0.3 


53,974 


1.1 


44,809 


1.2 


37,255 


1.2 


16,662 


0.3 


9, 162 


0.2 


6,439 


0.2 


334,725 


7.0 


308,033 


8.0 


179,841 


5. 7 


376,043 


7.8 


390,334 


10.1 




0.0 


411,313 


8.6 


269.810 


7.0 


223,288 


7. 1 


128,424 


2.7 


58,801 


1.5 


405,440 


12.9 


4,792,849 


100.0 


3,855,593 


99.9 


3,147,631 


inn, 'i 


(219,083) 




27,669 




(375,848) 




253,880 




120,000 




501,493 




208,341 




130,081 




23,804 




(322,959) 




(258,497) 




(170,059) 





Source: Comptroller of the Treasury, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended June 30. 1982. 



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CLASS OF 
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General Merchandise 

Food and Beverage 

Building and Contractors 

Miscellaneous 

Utilities and Transportation 

Furniture, Fixtures, and Appliances 

Automotive 

Apparel 

Hardware, Machinery, and Equipment 

TOTAL 



PERCENTAGE 


PERCENTAGE 


DISTRIBUTION 


DISTRIBUTION 


1982 


1979 


21.39 


20.55 


21.75 


19.42 


12.40 


13.26 


11.91 


12.25 


6.86 


9.70 


9.33 


8.40 


6.55 


6.50 


5.93 


5.44 


3.88 


4.48 


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100.00 



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Statistical Report of the Retail Sales Tax 
Division for Fiscal Year 1982. 



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NO. 136 
RETAIL SALES AND USE TAX RECEIPTS, BY SUBDIVISION: FISCAL YEARS 1982 and 1979 



SUBDIVISION 



RETAIL SALES AND USE TAX RECEIPTS 
FISCAL 1982 FISCAL 1979 



PERCENTAGE CHANGE 
1982/79 



TOTAL COLLECTIONS 

Allegany 

Anne Arundel 

Baltimore City 

Baltimore 

Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 

Queen Anne's 

St. Mary's 

Somerset 

Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

TOTAL OF SUBDIVISIONS 
AND BALTIMORE CITY 



800,484,043 

11,333,080 

57,878,875 

129,540,711 

139,429,239 

2,278,292 

1,660,985 

9,309,965 

9,020,089 

9,105,634 

2,737,421 

18,970,037 

3,921,125 

16,283,493 

19,814,263 

2,442,475 

116,239,247 

121,938,628 

1,892,196 

5,263,021 

856,241 

5,446,463 

18,310,421 

14,379,626 

12,424,593 



730,476,120 



District of Columbia 11,411,721 
Other Out-of-State 51,336,518 
Misc. Use Tax 7,259,684 



703,002,753 

11,281,115 

47,468,024 

124,197,855 

120,758,709 

2,232,835 

2,282,156 

8,966,101 

6,593,036 

8,045,184 

3,003,035 

16,794,326 

3,035,444 

15,445,025 

16,071,948 

2,471,627 

95,903,522 

105,259,641 

1,950,880 

4,697,272 

1,004,127 

4,978,494 

18,403,360 

12,936,626 

9,401,417 



643,181,759 

12,234,266 

42,361,011 

5,225,717 



13.9 

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21.9 

4.3 
15.5 

2.0 
■27.2 

3.8 
36.8 
13.2 
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13.0 
29.2 

5.4 
23.3 
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21.2 
15.8 
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12.0 
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9.4 
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11.2 
32.2 



13.6 
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21.2 
38.9 



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of retail sales activity. The rate for 1982 and 1979 is 5 percent. 



** 



Ended July 31st. 

Source: Comptroller of the Treasury, 35th Annual Statistical Report of the Retail 
Sales Tax Division for Fiscal Year 1982 , Table XII. 



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10. 137 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES AND CURRENT EXPENSES 
FISCAL YEAR 1982, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 











REVENUES 
















PERCENTAGE DIS TR \ BUT ION ( 1 ) 








TOTAL 
IN 




























OTHER 




DOLLARS 




OTHER 


FEDERAL 






STATE 


SOURCES 


SUBDIVISION 


PER 


LOCAL 


LOCAL 


REVENUE 


FEDERAL 


STATE 


SHARED 


OF 




CAPITA 


TAXES 


REVENUES 


SHARING 


GRANTS 


GRANTS 


TAXES 


REVENUE 


MARYLAND 


1350 


38.03 


17.24 


1.57 


13.57 


22.94 


2.84 


3.80 


Allegany 


1056 


29.63 


20.95 


2.29 


12.73 


30.16 


3.17 


1.08 


Anne Arundel 


1003 


45.75 


13.87 


1.88 


6.72 


24.69 


2.31 


4.79 


Baltimore City* 


2121 


22.16 


13.96 


1.44 


29.86 


25.90 


4.41 


2.26 


Baltimore* 


1058 


48.60 


14.35 


1.53 


8.11 


19.16 


2.29 


5.96 


Calvert 


1167 


54.50 


11.51 


2.55 


6.54 


21.74 


2.54 


0.62 


Caroline 


926 


26.62 


9.13 


2.56 


14.86 


35.85 


5.83 


5.15 


Carroll 


823 


44.24 


12.93 


3.71 


5.88 


28.57 


3.85 


0.82 


Dec i 1 


918 


34.23 


8.36 


1.71 


9.59 


38.69 


4.01 


3.41 


Char Les 


1038 


36.21 


12.63 


2.36 


8.60 


37.60 


2.4 l > 


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lorehester 


1143 


30.38 


12.39 


2.36 


14.05 


29.79 


4.30 


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Freder ick 


1035 


39.43 


14.80 


1.97 


7.32 


28.38 


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4.84 


Garrett 


1118 


36.54 


6.28 


2.62 


10.73 


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5.52 


I .91 


Harford 


958 


38.71 


12.65 


1.45 


8.97 


31.99 


2.b5 


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Howard* 


1279 


48.82 


15.13 


1.26 


6.98 


19.96 


1.88 


').98 


Kent 


922 


38.06 


12.08 


2.77 


11.95 


30.33 


4.68 


0.14 


Montgomery 


1623 


53.84 


20.60 


1.00 


4.31 


12.62 


1.48 


6.15 


Prince George's 


1292 


37.78 


26.25 


1.64 


7.40 


22.99 


1.55 


2.38 


Queen Anne ' s 


902 


36. 2j 


12.10 


1.15 


8.44 


34.29 


5.06 


2.72 


St. Mary's 


798 


34.90 


7.69 


2.19 


9.02 


38.76 


3.40 


4.04 


Somerset 


870 


24.35 


7.71 


3.53 


19.60 


35.69 


5.26 


3.86 


Talbot 


1385 


27.08 


43.62 


1.40 


7.23 


13.53 


3.42 


3.73 


Washington 


919 


35.86 


24.12 


2.55 


9.23 


24.95 


3.25 


0.05 


i\ icomico 


1011 


33.50 


15.63 


2.35 


8.84 


30.44 


3.59 


5.67 


Worcester 


1716 


42.13 


19.42 


1.08 


7.19 


17.32 


3.05 


9.81 



(Continued on following page) 



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NO. 137 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES AND CURRENT EXPENSES: 
FISCAL YEAR 1982, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



EXPENDITURES 



SUBDIVISION 



PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION (1 ) 



TOTAL 

IN 
DOLLARS 
PER 
CAPITA EDUCATION 



PUBLIC 






WELFARE 






AND 




PUBLIC 


HEALTH 


HIGHWAYS 


SAFETY 



OTHER 



MARYLAND 



1330 



38.04 



12.44 



8.70 



9.56 



31.26 



Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City* 
Baltimore* 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard* 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 

(1) The total of the percentages for each subdivision equals 100.00. 
* County only. 

Source: Maryland Department of Fiscal Services, Division of Fiscal Research, 
based on data obtained from Local Government Finances in Maryland for 
the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1982, Table III. 

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, population projection, 
January 1, 1982. 



1078 


46.81 


10.70 


4.53 


5.55 


32.41 


1003 


47.64 


7.09 


4.95 


12.27 


28.05 


2081 


21.21 


21.89 


17.51 


11.97 


27.42 


1035 


45.57 


6.18 


6.13 


9.98 


32.13 


1111 


51.86 


9.81 


5.49 


7.72 


25.13 


976 


46.87 


11.43 


7.80 


7.76 


26.14 


828 


49.79 


7.93 


14.72 


4.10 


23.47 


909 


58.59 


9.08 


6.76 


9.12 


16.45 


1051 


62.07 


8.71 


4.87 


7.42 


16.93 


1052 


48.89 


12.21 


8.98 


5.41 


24.51 


1024 


50.79 


8.03 


12.23 


5.36 


23.58 


1069 


54.78 


8.55 


19.64 


3.10 


13.92 


985 


52.99 


10.16 


6.57 


5.55 


24.73 


1306 


45.36 


3.39 


5.02 


11.00 


35.23 


883 


52.84 


11.83 


6.50 


5.07 


23.76 


1563 


'0.39 


5.41 


4.05 


8.57 


41.58 


1285 


39.65 


15.48 


2.29 


8.28 


34.29 


864 


57.72 


10.30 


11.73 


3.63 


16.61 


779 


60.06 


12.03 


8.96 


4.22 


14.73 


855 


53.33 


14.06 


8.00 


4.56 


20.05 


1335 


30.97 


6.56 


4.19 


4.45 


53.83 


917 


47.65 


6.55 


6.41 


6.66 


32.73 


981 


46.58 


14.09 


8.00 


7.55 


23.78 


1718 


31.57 


5.30 


7.28 


14.72 


41.13 



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NO. 138 

GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PAYMENTS TO MARYLAND, 
BALTIMORE CITY AND ALL SUBDIVISIONS 
ENTITLEMENT PERIODS 13 AND 14 



.lURrSDTCTTON 



Initial 

Ent itlement 
Period 14 
10/1/82-9/30/83 



Final 

Entitlement 
Period 13 
10/1/81-9/30/82 



Initial 

Entitlement 
Period 13 
10/1/81-9/30/82 



TOTAL 



(1) 



State of Maryland 
All Count ies^ 
Baltimore City ,.,,. 
Oilier Municipalities 

Al lepany 
Anne Arundel 
Bait imore 
Calvert 
Carol ine 

Carrol 1 
C.cc i 1 
Charles 
Dorchester 
Froder Lrk 

Garrett 

Harford 
Howard 
Kent 
Montgomery 

Prince George's 
Queen Anne' s 
St . Mary' s 
Somerset 
Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 



89,849,008 



58,949,911 

24,299,823 

6,599,274 

1,021,143 

6,746,578 

11,904,999 

1,050,221 

411,193 

1,821,657 
815,690 

1,255,257 
531,526 

1,725,505 

763,833 
2,018,291 
1,968,457 

341,316 
9,004,817 

12,416,767 

366,030 

1,121,585 

390,737 

278,030 

1,493,535 

1,069,727 

433,017 



88,405,991 



58,457,747 

23,350,149 

6,598,095 

1,136,422 

6,459,340 

10,561,562 

1,097,474 

459,728 

2,314,291 
783,984 

1,663,936 
549,163 

1,726,320 

751,358 
1,956,978 
2,129,288 

360,636 
8,615,885 

12,835,006 

226,322 

1,104,921 

477,159 

299,389 

1,756,742 
872,459 
319,384 



86,456,718 



57,144,634 

22,826,852 

6,485,232 

1,112,921 

6,325,809 

10,343,240 

1,074,870 

450,200 

2,266,443 
767,777 

1,619,235 
537,811 

1,690,633 

734,226 
1,916,532 
2,085,271 

353,181 
8,437,767 

12,569,652 

221,642 

1,082,081 

466,343 

293,200 

1,720,424 
854,421 
220,955 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



Includes payments to Baltimore City, all counties and 151 sub-county jurisdictions. 

Includes county shares, exclusive of payments to individual jurisdictions within a 
p,iven county. 



All municipalities except Baltimore City. 



Source: U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Revenue Sharing, Entitlement Period , 

♦13 and 14. 
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NO. 141 



ALL ACTIVE BANKS 



(1) 



IN MARYLAND 



SUMMARY 


OF 


ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: 1981, 
(AS OF DECEMBER 31 st ) 


1980, AND 1979 










1981 


1980 


1979 


PERCENT CHANGE 


ITEM 






($1,000,000) 


($1,000,000) 


($1,000,000) 


1981/1979 


Number of Banks 






99 


100 


105 


-5.7 


Total Assets 






$22,167 


$20,209 


$16,848 


31.6 


Selected Assets: 














Total Loans, Inc 


:luding 










Mortgages and Ju 


idgements 


13,397 


12,634 


10,747 


24.7 


U.S. Government 


and 












Other Securities 






4,225 


3,757 


2,435 


73.5 



Cash and Balances 
with Other Banks 

Total Liabilities 

Total Deposits 



1,913 


1,992 


1,772 


8.0 


0,803 


18,699 


15,612 


33.3 


8,308 


16,980 


14,155 


29.3 



(1) 



National (domestic offices), State, Trust and Mutual Banks. 



Sources: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-Second Annual Report, 1982 
Seventy-First Annual Report, 1981 . Seventieth Annual Report, 1980 . 
FDIC, Uniform Bank Performance Report, 1982, 1981, and 1980 data. 
U.S. Comptroller of the Currency, Annual Report , 1979. 



-178- 







NO. 


142 








ALL 


ACTIVE NATIONAL 


BANKS ^ ' IN MARYLAND 




SUMMARY 


OF t 


ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: 1981 
(AS OF DECEMBER 31 s r ) 


, 1980, AND 1979 








1981 


1980 


1979 


PERCENT CHANGE 


ITEM 




($1,000,000) 


($1,000,000) 


($1,000,000) 


1981/1979 


mber of Banks 




26 


26 


31 


-16.1 


tal Assets 




$10,569 


$9,496 


$6,684 


58.1 


lected Assets : 












Total Loans, Including 












Mortgages & Judgements 




6,033 


5,731 


3,998 


50.9 


U.S. Government & Other 










Securities 




1,625 


1,459 


361 


350. 1 


Cash & Balances with 












Other Banks 




904 


997 


852 


6.1 


tal Liabilities 




10,138 


8,850 


6,248 


62.3 


lected Liabilities: 












Total Deposits 




8,503 


7,733 


5,315 


60.0 


Demand 




2,389 


2,570 


1,987 


20.2 


Time & Savings 




5,326 


4,652 


3,328 


60.0 


tal Equity Capital 




652 


589 


433 


50.6 


Domestic Offices. 












urces: FDIC, Uniform Bank 


Performance Report, 1981 and 


1980 data. 




U.S. Comptroller o 


: the Currency, i 


Annual Report, 


1979. 





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NO. 143 



ALL ACTIVE STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES IN MARYLAND 
SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1981, 1980, 1979 





ITEM 


1981 
($1,000,000) 


1980 
($1,000,000) 


1979 
($1,000,000) 


PERCENT CHANGE 
1981/7° 


Number of Banks 
Total Assets 


70 
$9,548 


71 
$8,786 


71 
$8,390 


-1.4 
13.8 



Selected Assets: 

Total Loans, Including 

Mortgages & Judgments 5,898 

U.S. Government and 

Other Securities 2,262 

Cash and Balances with 

Other Banks 902 

Total Liabilities 8,786 



5,544 


5,478 


7.7 


1,969 


1,746 


29.6 


878 


837 


7.8 


8,088 


7,741 


13.5 



Capital Accounts: 

Capital Stock, Surplus, 
Undivided Profits & 
Reserves 

Total Deposits 



753 
7,987 



688 
7,528 



6 38 

7,258 



18.0 
10.0 



Sources: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-Second Annual Report, 1982 
Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-First Annual Report, 1981 
Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventieth Annual Report, 1980 

NO. 144 

ALL ACTIVE MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS IN MARYLAND 
SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1981, 1980, 1979 



ITEM 



1981 
($1,000,000) 



1980 
($1,000,000) 



1979 
($1,000,000) 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1981/79 



Number of Banks 3 

Total Assets $2,050 

Selected Assets: 

Total Loans, Including 

Mortgages & Judgments 1,466 

U.S. Government and 

Other Securities 338 

Cash and Balances with 

Other Banks 107 

Total Liabilities 1,879 



3 
$1,927 



3 

$1,774 



0.0 
15.6 



1,359 


1,271 


15.3 


329 


328 


3.0 


117 


83 


28.9 


1,761 


1,623 


15.8 



Selected Liabilities: 

Surplus, Undivided Profits 

and Reserves 171 

Total Deposits 1,818 



165 

1,719 



151 
1,582 



13.2 

14.9 



Sources: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-Second Annual Report, 1982 
Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-First Annual Report, 1981 
Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventieth Annual Report, 1980 



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NO. 145 

STATE-CHARTERED CREDIT UNIONS 
IN MARYLAND: AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1981, 1980, 1979 



ITEM 



Total Assets 

Selected Assets 
Loan to Members 



1981 1980 1979 PERCENT CHANGE 

($1,000,000) ($1,000,000) ($1,000,000 1981/1979 



Unions 


28 


28 


29 


-3.4 




$304.1 


$281.1 


$222.3 


36.8 




238.6 


202.8 


203.4 


17.3 


ind in banks 


3.3 


1.9 


3.7 


-10.8 


curities) 


47.8 


61.8 


7.3 


554.8 



Total Liabilities 



280.7 



Selected Liabilities: 
Members Shares & Deposits 275.6 
Reserve Funds & Surplus 23.4 



260.0 



253.7 
21.1 



201.8 



191.3 
20.5 



39.1 



44.1 

14.1 



Source: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-second Annual, 1982. 
Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-first Annual, 1981. 
Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventieth Annual Report, 1980, 



NO. 146 



CONSUMER LOAN AND SMALL LOAN LICENSEES 
IN MARYLAND: 1982 and 1981 



ITEM 



1982 



1981 



Number of Consumer Loan Licensees 

Total Assets 

Selected Assets: 
Consumer Loans 
Net Total Receivables 
Net Total Property 

Total Liabilities 

Selected Liabilities: 
Total Accruals 
Total Deferred Income 

Total Capital 



231 



$680,600,192 



219,882,192 

669,441,711 

1,364,908 

652,633,357 



2,084,235 
136,323,870 

27,966,835 



267 
$769,066,320 



266,639,323 

752,032,173 

1,647,876 

739,649,416 



1,411,912 
172,409,822 

29,416,904 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1982/1981 



-13.5 
-11.5 



-17.5 
-11.0 
-17.2 

-11.8 



47.6 
-20.9 

-4.9 



Source: Department of Licensing & Regulation, Office of Commissioner of Consumer 
Credit, The Composite Condition of Consumer Loan Li censees, Jan. 1, 1981- 
Dec. 31, 1981 and Jan. 1, 1982-Dec. 31, 1982. 

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NO. 148 

LARGEST ACTIVE BANKS ^ IN MARYLAND, 
RANKED BY ASSETS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1981 



Number of Assets 
Branches ($1,000) 



Liabilities Total Deposits 
($1,000) ($1,000) 



NATIONAL 










Maryland National 


161 


$4,134,859 


$3,867,995 


$3,151,977 


First National Bank 










of Maryland 


123 


2,738,776 


2,600,899 


2,135,155 


Farmers and Mechanics 










National Bank 


15 


260,084 


240,911 


229,038 


Farmer's National Bank 


11 


158,817 


144,928 


140,540 


STATE 










The Equitable Trust 










Company 


120 


$1,966,066 


$1,834,768 


$1,674,739 


Suburban Bank 


69 


1,563,114 


1,445,180 


1,244,015 


Union Trust Company 










of Maryland 


87 


1,415,190 


1,329,700 


1,075,654 


The Savings Bank of 










Baltimore 


26 


1,148,095 


1,055,704 


999,797 



(1) 



National, State, Trust, and Mutual Banks 



Sources: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-Second Annual Report . 
June 1982. 

FDIC, Uniform Bank Performance Reports, 1981 data. 



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NO. 150 



LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE IN MARYLAND: 1981 



TYPE 



NUMBER OF POLICIES 
(1,000) 



AMOUNT 
($1,000,000) 



Total 

Ordinary 
Group 

Industrial 
Credit 



7,824 

3,000 
2,028 
1,580 
1,216* 



$79, 142 

38,516 

37,001 

947 

2,678 



Average amount in force per family $48,900 (32.5 percent increase 
since 1978. 

Note: "Credit" is limited to life insurance on loans of ten years' 
or less duration. "Ordinary" and "Group" include credit life 
insurance on loans of more than ten years' duration. 

*Includes group credit certificates. 

Source: Institute of Life Insurance, Life Insurance Fact Book , 1982, 

NO. 151 
PURCHASES OF ORDINARY LIFE INSURANCE, MARYLAND: 1975-1981 







AMOUNT 


PERCENT 


PERCENT 




PURCHASED 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 




($1,000,000) 


YEAR TO YEAR 


YEAR TO 1975 


1981 (P) 


$8,518 


20.5 


122.8 


1980 


7,068 


18.1 


84.9 


1979 


5,984 


13.0 


56.5 


1978 


5,295 


10.9 


38.5 


1977 


4,773 


11.1 


24.8 


1976 


4,298 


12.4 


12.4 


1975 


3,823 


— - 


— — 



(p) 



Preliminary 



Note: The series includes mass-marketed ordinary insurance. Data 
include long-term individual credit insurance. 

Source: Institute of Life Insurance, Life Insurance Fact Book, 1982 



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NO. 152 



TELEVISION STATIONS IN MARYLAND: 1982 











YEAR 


(U) 


(V) 


CITY 


CALL LETTERS 


CHANNEL 


ESTABLISHED 


UHF 


OR VHF 


Annapolis 


WAPB (1 ^ 


22 


1975 




U 


Baltimore 


WBAL 


11 


1948 




V 




WBFF 


45 


1971 




U 




WJZ 


13 


1948 




V 




WMAR 


2 


1947 




V 


Frederick 


W62AY (1) 


62 


1981 




U 


Hagerstown 


WHAG.. 
WWPB U ' 


25 


1970 




U 




31 


1974 




U 


Owings Mills 


WMPB (1) 


67 


1969 




U 


Oakland 


W36AB (1) 


36 


1980 




U 


Salisbury 


WBOC.. 
WCPB^ 
WMDT U; 


16 


1954 




U 




28 


1971 




U 




47 


1980 




u 



(1) 



Noncommercial . 



Source: Department of General Services, Archives Division, Hall of 
Records Commission, Maryland Manual 1983-1984 . 



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NO. 153 

CABLE TV SUBSCRIBERS IN MARYLAND AS OF APRIL 1, 1983, 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



COUNTY NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS 

Allegany 29,716 

Anne Arundel 25,771 

Baltimore 90,014 

Cecil 2,895 

Charles 4,200 

Dorchester 4,376 

Frederick 10,500 

Garrett 2,919 

Harford 14,845 

Howard 13,416 

Montgomery 5,392 

Prince George's 20,139 

St. Mary's 3,424 

Somerset 1,915 

Washington 15,137 

Wicomico 15,186 

Worcester 21,139* 

MARYLAND TOTAL 280,984 

* Includes some in Delaware. 

Source: Maryland-Delaware Cable TV 
Association, Inc. 

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NO. 154 



AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION OF 
DAILY NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1982 









DAILY 


NEWSPAPERS 






PLACE OF 
PUBLICATION 


NAME OF PAPER 


ESTABLISHED 


TIME OF ISSUE 


AVERAGE 

DAILY 

CIRCULATION 


Annapolis 


The Capital 


1884 


Evening exc 


Sunday 


30,016 


Baltimore 


The News American 


1773 


Evening exc 


Sunday 


142,547 


Baltimore 


The Sunday News 
American 


1773 


Sunday 




213,541 


Baltimore 


The Sun 


1837 


Morning exc 


Sunday 


178,960 


Baltimore 


The Evening Sun 


1910 


Evening exc 


Sunday 


170,585 


Baltimore 


The Sunday Sun 


1837 


Sunday 




370,243 


Baltimore 


The Daily Record 


1888 


Morning exc . 


Sunday 


3,966 


Cambridge 


The Banner 


1897 


Evening exc. 


Sat. & 


Sun. 7,690 


Cumberland 


The Cumberland 
Daily News and 
Cumberland Evening 
Times 


1870 
1869 


Morning exc . 
Evening exc. 


Sunday 
Sunday 


34,556 (1) 


Cumberland 


Cumberland Sunday 
Times 


1869 


Sunday 




37,121 


Easton 


The Easton Star 
Democrat 


1799 


Morning exc. 


Sat. & 


Sun. 10,308 


Frederick 


The News and 

The Frederick Post 


1883 
1910 


Evening exc. 
Morning exc. 


Sunday 
Sunday 


33,122 (1) 


Hagerstown 


The Morning Herald 
and The Daily Mail 


1873 
1828 


Morning exc. 
Evening exc. 


Sunday 
Sunday 


44,677 (1) 


Salisbury 


The Salisbury Daily 
Times 


1923 


Evening exc. 


Sat. & 


Sun. 27,120 


Salisbury 


The Salisbury Sunday 
Times 


1923 


Sunday 




29,626 


Washington 
D.C. 


The Washington Post 


1877 


Morning inc. 
Sunday 




290,596 (2) 
418,824 


Washington 
D.C. 


The Washington Times 


1982 


Morning exc. 


Sat. & 
Sun. 


Not available 
for Maryland 


Westminster 


Carroll County Times 


1911 


Morning exc. 


Sat. & 
Sun. 


18,994 



Circulation for morning and evening editions combined. 

(2) 

v 'Circulation as of September 30, 1982 audit. 

Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., Newspaper Circulation Analysis 1981-82 
(circulation for all newspapers except the Washington Post and the Washington 
Times). 



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NO. 155 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1982 



PLACE OF 
PUBLICATION 



COUNTY 



WEEIXY NEWSPAPERS 



NAME OF PAPER 



ESTABLISHED 



DAY OF ISSUE 



Aberdeen 


Harford 


The Harford 

Democrat-Aberdeen 

Enterprise 


An n ;ipo ] Is 


Anne 


Anne Arundel Time 




Arundel 


Park Village Voic< 


Arbutus 


Baltimore 


Arbutus Times 


Bait imore 




African American 



Baltimore 




Baltimore 




Baltimore 




Bal t Lmore 




Bel Air 


Harford 


Be thesda 


Montgomery 


Bowie 


Prince 




George ' s 


Brunswick 


Frederick 


Cambr Ldge 


Dorchester 


Catonsvi 1 le 


Baltimore 


Contrevi 1 le 


Queen 




Anne' s 


Chester town 


Kent 


Col lege Park 


Prince 



Columbia 
Co 1 umbia 



George' s 

Howard 

Howard 



News and World 
Report 

Afro-American 

East Baltimore Guide 

Enterprise 

Labor Herald 

The Aegis 

Montgomery Journal 

Bowie-Blade News 

Brunswick Citizen 

The Dorchester 
Community News 

The Catonsville Times 

Queen Anne's Record- 
Observer 

Kent County News 

The Prince George's 
Journal 

Columbia Flier 

The Howard County 
Times 



1856 

1948 

1961 
1977 



Wednesday 

Thursday 

Wednesday 
Friday 



1892 


Tuesday & Saturday 


1927 


Thurdsay 


1934 


Thursday 


1936 


Friday 


1856 


Thursday 


1973 


Wednesday & Friday 


1967 


Thursday 


1974 


Thursday 


1967 


Wednesday 


1880 


Wednesday 


1824 


Wednesday 


1793 


Wednesday 


1975 


Wednesday & Friday 


1969 


Thursday 


1840 


Wednesday 



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NO. 155 
WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1982 (CONTD.) 






- 












WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 




PLACE OF 
PUBLICATION 


COUNTY 


NAME OF PAPER 


ESTABLISHED 


DAY OF ISSUE 


Crisfield 


Somerset 


The Crisfield Times 


1887 


Thursday 


Damascus 


Montgomery 


The County Courier 


1964 


Wednesday 


Damascus 


Montgomery 


Weekly Courier 


1977 


Wednesday 


Denton 


Caroline 


The County Record 


1952 


Wednesday 


Dundalk 


Baltimore 


Dundalk Eagle 


1969 


Wednesday 


Elkton 


Cecil 


The Cecil Whig 


1841 


Wednesday 


Essex 


Baltimore 


Essex Times 


1964 


Thursday 


Frostburg 


Allegany 


Citizen 


1948 


Thursday 


Gaithersburg 


Montgomery 


Gaithersburg Gazette 


1953 


Thursday 


Glen Burnie 


Anne 
Arundel 


Maryland Gazette 


1727 


Wednesday & Saturday 


Creenbelt 


Prince 
George 1 s 


Greenbelt News- Review 


1937 


Thursday 


Hancock 


Washington 


The Hancock News 


1914 


Wednesday 


Havre de 


Harford 


The Record 


1968 


Wednesday 


Grace 










Hyattsville 


Prince 
George ' s 


The New Prince 
George's Post 


1932 


Thursday 


Hyattsville 


Prince 
George's 


Prince George's 
Sentinel 


1967 


Wednesday 


La Plata 


Charles 


Times-Crescent 


1844 


Wednesday 


Laurel 


Prince 
George's 


Laurel Sentinel 


1855 


Wednesday 


Laurel 


Prince 
George' s 


The News Leader 


1897 


Thursday 


Leonard town 


St. Mary's 


St. Mary's Beacon 


1839 


Wednesday 



(Continued on following page) 



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NO. 15 5 
WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1982 (CONTD.) 



__ . . . . Z A ■ — 


PLACE OF 












PUBLICATION 


COUNTY 


NAME OF PAPER 


ESTABLISHED 


DAY OF 


ISSUE 


Lexington 
Park 


St. Mary's 


The Enterprise 


1882 


Wednesday & 


Frida; 


Middletown 


Frederick 


The Valley Register 


1844 


Friday 




Mount Airy 


Carroll 


Community Reporter 


1929 


Friday 




Oakland 


Garrett 


The Republican 


1877 


Wednesday 




Ocean City 


Worcester 


Eastern Shore Times 


1923 


Wednesday 




Pocomoke City 


Worcester 


Worcester County 
Messenger 


1869 


Thursday 




Preston 


Caroline 


News and Farmer 


1866 


Thursday 




Prince 


Calvert 


Calvert Independent 


1940 


Wednesday 




Frederick 












Prince 


Calvert 


Prince Frederick 


1971 


Wednesday 




Frederick 




Recorder 








Princess Anne 


Somerset 


Marylander & Herald 


1826 


Thursday 




Re is ters town 


Baltimore 


Community Times 


1937 


Thursday 




Rockville 


Montgomery 


Montgomery County 
Sentinel 


1855 


Thursday 




Rockvilie 


Montgomery 


Observer Sentinel 


1977 


Wednesday 




Salsibury 


Wicomico 


Salisbury Advertiser 


1867 


Wednesday 




SykesvLlle 


Carroll 


South Carroll Herald 


1913 


Wednesday 




Stevensville 


Queen 
Anne 's 


Bay Times 


1963 


Wednesday 




Thurmont 


Frederick 


The Catoctin Enterprise 


1940 


Friday 




Tow son 


Baltimore 


The Jeffersonian 


1910 


Thursday 




Tows on 


Baltimore 


Tow son Times 


1968 


Thursday 




Upper 


Prince 


The Enquirer-Gazette 


1851 


Thursday 




Mar lhoro 


George ' s 










Waldorf 


Charles 


Maryland Independent 


1872 


Wednesday 





(Continued on following page) 



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NO. 1SS 
WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1982 (CONTD.) 



PLACE 01' 
PUBLICATION 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 



COUNTY 



NAME OF PAPER 



ESTABLISHED 


DAY OF ISSUE 


1933 


Tuesday & Saturday 


1971 


Monday 


1960 


Wednesday 


1960 


Wednesday 



Washington D.C, 

Washington D.C, 

Washington D.C. 

Washington D.C. 



Afro- American 
County News 
The New Observer 
New Republic 



Source: Deuartment of General Services, Archives Division, Hall of Records Commission, 
Maryland Manual 1983-1984 . 



-193- 



NO. 156 

NUMBER OF JUDGES, POPULATION AND CASE LOAD PER JUDGE, MARYLAND 
CIRCUET COURTS, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: FISCAL YEAR 1982 



JURISDICTION 



NUMBER OF 
JUDGES (1) 



POPULATION 
PER JUDGE (2) 



CASES FILED PER JUDGE 



CIVIL 



CRIMINAL 



CASES TERMINATED 

PER JUDGE 
CIVIL CRIMINAL 



MARYLAND 



103 



41,619 



1,050 



297 



933 



281 



Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talhot 
Wash ington 

Wicomico 
Worcester 



2 

9 

23 

12 

1 

1 
2 
2 
2 
1 

2 

1 
4 
4 

1 

12 
13 

1 
1 
1 

1 
3 
2 
2 



39,900 


680 


115 


929 


147 


43,077 


1,012 


276 


861 


284 


33,100 


1,359 


446 


1, 131 


330 


60,309 


969 


393 


1,019 


386 


38,000 


1,068 


226 


1, 199 


328 


23,900 


569 


109 


498 


105 


51,400 


886 


302 


820 


348 


31,000 


833 


277 


861 


274 


39,400 


1,108 


240 


1,185 


245 


30,900 


975 


160 


894 


247 


60,800 


1,050 


201 


1,178 


285 


27,700 


514 


131 


541 


120 


30,540 


767 


222 


662 


235 


32,975 


606 


267 


480 


307 


16,800 


313 


65 


356 


103 


49,358 


731 (3) 


193 


467 (3) 


146 


51,176 


1,639 


291 


1,340 


285 


27,300 


726 


160 


827 


197 


62,800 


1,273 


206 


1,705 


270 


19,300 


543 


92 


5 70 


92 


26,000 


643 


153 


657 


146 


3P,400 


696 


162 


800 


204 


33,450 


870 


305 


913 


389 


16,200 


493 


201 


524 


466 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



Number of Judges as of June 30, 1982. 

Population estimate for July 1, 1982 issued by the Maryland Center for Health Statistics 

Juvenile causes not included since they are heard at the District Court level. 
Juvenile causes in all other counties are included in the civil category. 



Source: Administrative Office of the Courts of Maryland, Statistical Abstract — 
Annual Report of the Maryland Judiciary 1981-1982 . 



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NO. 157 
CASES FILED IN CIRCUIT COURTS, MARYLAND: FISCAL YEARS 1982 AND 1981 















PERCENT 














CHANGE 






1982 




1981 


1982/1981 


TYPE OF CASE 


FILED 


TERMINATED 


FILED 


TERMINATED 


F 


T 


Total Civil Cases 


81633 


70980 


75336 


62262 


8.36 


14.00 


Law 


21852 


18810 


21608 


17574 


1.13 


7.03 


Equity 


59781 


52170 


53728 


44688 


11.27 


16.74 


Criminal* 


30575 


28923 


46061 


40624 


-33.62 


-28.80 


Total All Types 


112208 


99903 


121397 


102886 


-7.57 


-2.90 



* Baltimore City changed its criminal counting procedure from individual charges 
to cases in July 1981. Cases are defined as charges arising out of a single 
incident. Thus, one case represents one incident. In 1981 one case represented 
one charge (count) rather than one incident. 

Source: Administrative Office of the Courts of Maryland, Statistical Abstract — 
A nnual Report of the Maryland Judiciary 1980-1981 and 1981-1982. 



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NO. 158 

AVERAGE TIME INTERVALS, DISPOSITIONS OP APPEALS, MARYLAND COURT OF 

APPEALS, IN MONTHS: 1967-1981 





COURT 


TERM 


TOTAL 
INTERVAL 


DOCKETING TO 
ARGUMENT 




ARGUMENT TO 
DECISION 


1981 




6.5 


3.4 




3.1 


1980 




7.5 


3.8 




3.7 


1979 




6.5 


3.7 




2.8 


1978 




6.3 


3.5 




2.8 


1977 




4.4 


2.7 




1.7 


1976 




4.2 


2.6 




1.6 


1975 




3.3 


2.2 




1.1 


1974 




7.0 


5.3 




1.7 


1973 




6.0 


4.8 




1.2 


1972 




6.0 


5.0 




1.0 


1971 




5.4 


4.4 




1.0 


1970 




5.5 


4.6 




0.9 


1969 




5.7 


4.6 




1.1 


1968 




7.6 


6.5 




1.1 


1967 




8.9 


7.8 




1.1 


Source 


: Administrative Office of 
Abstract--Annual Report 


the Courts of Maryland, Statistical 
of the Maryland Judiciary 1981-1982. 



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NO. 159 

AVERAGE DAYS FROM FILING TO DISPOSITION, MARYLAND CIRCUIT 
COURT, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1981-1982 







LAW 


EQUITY 


CRIMINAL 


JUVENILE 


Allegany 


1163 


596 


166 


26 


Anne Arundel 


448 


249 


158 


105 


Baltimore 


512 


351 


118 


162 


Calvert 


290 


257 


145 


110 


Caroline 


280 


234 


127 


27 


Carroll 


497 


193 


186 


68 


Cecil 


401 


199 


168 


35 


Charles 


297 


192 


145 


76 


Dorchester 


514 


140 


122 


41 


Frederick 


335 


259 


142 


68 


Garrett 


435 


220 


144 


55 


Harford 


395 


246 


299 


64 


Howard 


412 


282 


148 


74 


Kent 


264 


182 


149 


47 


Montgomery 


414 


274 


176 


238 


Prince George's 


449 


231 


188 


50 


Queen Anne ' s 


300 


165 


189 


56 


St. Mary's 


328 


230 


145 


88 


Somerset 


465 


146 


191 


53 


Talbot 


397 


276 


129 


80 


Washington 


448 


277 


270 


39 


Wicomico 


403 


141 


124 


42 


Worcester 


285 


272 


190 


52 


Baltimore City 






139 


116 


(1):SC 


361 


293 






CC 


261 


225 






CP 


647 









STATE 444 259 155 112 



* 

Does not include reopened cases or cases with incorrect 
termination dates. 

(1): SC - Superior Court 
CC - Circuit Court 
CP - Court of Common Pleas 

Source: Administrative Office of the Courts of Maryland, Statistical 
Abstract — Annual Report of the Maryland Judiciary 1981-1982. 

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NO . I 60 

UN F TED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR MARYLAND, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASKS 
AND BANKRUPTCY, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND CITIZEN MATTERS: 
FISCAL YEARS 1982 AND 1981 



1982 1981 



TOTAL CIVIL CASES (U.S. AND PRIVATE) 
Pending as of July 1 of previous year 
Commenced 
Terminated 
Pending as of June 30 of stated year 

CRIMINAL CASES 

Pending as of July 1 of previous year 

Commenced 

Terminated 

Pending as of June 30 of stated year 

Pending as of June 30 with criminal defendants 

BANKRUPTCY ESTATES* 

Pending as of July 1 of previous year 

Commenced 

Terminated 

Pending as of June 30 of stated year 

PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION 

ALIENS NATURALIZED 

Includes transfers 

*Since the Bankruptcy Reform Act became effective on October 1, 1979, the twelve 
month period ended June 30, 1981 was the first full statistical year under the 
revised bankruptcy code. The change in the new bankruptcy code permits the filing 
of -joint petitions by husband and wife. 

Source : Annual Report of the Director of the Administrative Office of the 
United States Courts, Fiscal Years 1982 and 1981. 



3,123 


2,771 


3,601 


3,421 


3,258 


3,069 


3,466 


3,123 


l,231 v ' 


282 
936 v ' 


1,211 


890 


347 


328 


565 


454 


9,505 


* 


5,355 


7,499 


4,045 


2,361 


0,815 


9,505 


2,397 


3,056 


2,505 


3,062 



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NO. 162 
OFFENSES OF PERSONS COMMITTED TO STATE INSTITUTIONS: FISCAL 1982 



OFFENSES 



MALES PROCESSED 
AT RDCC^ 1 ) 



FEMALES PROCESSED 
AT RDCC^ 1 ) 



TOTALS 



(2) 



6,806 



Arson 


35 


Assnul t 


487 


Breaking & Entering 


910 


Contempt of Court 


23 


Destruction of Property 


86 


Domestic Relations 


10 


Disorderly Conduct 


12 


Escape 


27 


False Pretenses 


7 


Forgery 


89 


Kidnapping 


36 


Larceny 


29 


Motor Vehicle 


128 


Manslaughter 


49 


Murder 1 


94 


Murder 2 


68 


Narcotics 


451 


Probation Violation 


831 


Rape 


163 


Robbery 


317 


Robbery with a Deadly Weapon 


587 


Shopl if ting 


5 


Stolen Goods 


4 


Sexual 


12 


Weapons 


93 


Other 


2,173 


Unauthorized Use 


80 



328 

4 
14 
8 



4 


13 
10 

1 
104 

4 




20 
27 

1 
6 
3 




12 

3 
94 





TOTAL 



7,134 



PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



100.0 



39 


0.5 


501 


7.0 


918 


12.9 


23 


0.3 


86 


1.2 


10 


0.1 


16 


0.2 


27 


0.4 


20 


0.3 


99 


1.4 


37 


0.5 


133 


1.9 


132 


1.9 


49 


0.7 


94 


1.3 


88 


1.2 


478 


6.7 


831 


11.7 


164 


2.3 


323 


4.5 


590 


8.3 


5 


0.1 


4 


0.1 


24 


0.3 


96 


1.3 


2,267 


31.8 


80 


1.1 



(1) 



Reception Diagnostic Classification Center, 



(2) 

Total number of offenses is greater than the total number of committed persons because 

some persons have been convicted of more than one offense. 

Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Divison of 
Correction, Unpublished data. 



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NO. 163 

JURISDICTIONS FROM WHICH COMMITTED PERSONS WERE RECEIVED: 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



(1) 



JURISDICTION 



MALES PROCESSED 
AT RDCC^ 2 ) 



FEMALES PROCESSED 
AT RDCC^ 2 ) 



TOTAL 



Allegany 


77 


2 


79 


Anne Arundel 


213 


13 


226 


Baltimore City- 


2,296 


131 


2,427 


Baltimore 


576 


72 


648 


Calvert 


39 


3 


42 


Caroline 


47 





47 


Carroll 


51 


2 


53 


Cecil 


91 


13 


104 


Charles 


98 


2 


100 


Dorchester 


44 


1 


45 


Frederick 


52 





52 


Garrett 


13 





13 


Harford 


49 


6 


55 


Howard 


45 


7 


52 


Kent 


18 





18 


Montgomery 


205 


17 


222 


Prince George's 


553 


34 


587 


Queen Anne ' s 


17 


2 


19 


Somerset 


32 


2 


34 


St. Mary's 


39 


6 


45 


Talbot 


41 


3 


44 


Washington 


53 


2 


55 


Wicomico 


118 


8 


126 


Worcester 


45 


2 


47 


Other 


1 





1 



(1) 

(2) 



Some individuals were committed from more than one jurisdiction 
Reception Diagnostic Classification Center. 



Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional 
Services, Division of Correction, Unpublished data. 



-201- 



NO. 164 

AGE GROUPS OF COMMITTED PERSONS, ALL ADULT INSTITUTIONS: 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



AGE 



MALES PROCESSED 
AT RDCC^ 1 ) 



FEMALES PROCESSED 
AT RDCC^ 1 ) 





PERCENT OF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


5,140 


100.0 


37 


0.7 


126 


2.5 


183 


3.6 


340 


6.6 


404 


7.9 


405 


7.9 


1,378 


26.8 


1,082 


21.0 


577 


11.2 


283 


5.5 


210 


4.1 


80 


1.6 


14 


0.3 


21 


0.4 



Total 

16 years and younger 

17 years 

18 years 

19 years 

20 years 

21 years 
22-25 years 
26-30 years 
31-35 years 
36-40 years 
41-50 years 
51-60 years 

61 years and older 
Unknown 



4,812 

35 

123 

179 

329 

388 

391 

1,297 

982 

522 

262 

194 

75 

14 

21 



328 

2 

3 

4 

11 

16 

14 

81 

100 

55 

21 

16 

5 







(1) 



Reception Diagnostic Classification Center, 



Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Division 
of Correction, unpublished data. 

NO. 165 

LENGTHS OF SENTENCES OF COMMITTED PERSONS, ALL ADULT 
INSTITUTIONS: FISCAL YEAR 1982 



SENTENCE LENGTHS 



MALES PR0^ T ;SSED 


FEMALES PROCESSED 




PERCENT OF 


AT RDCC 


AT 


RDCC 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


4,812 




328 


5,140 


100.0 


41 




3 


44 


0.9 


405 




51 


456 


8.9 


679 




64 


743 


14.4 


549 




66 


615 


12.0 


338 




30 


368 


7.2 


561 




39 


600 


11.7 


861 




42 


903 


17.6 


469 




9 


478 


9.3 


343 




12 


355 


6.9 


207 




6 


213 


4.1 


274 




3 


277 


5.4 


81 




2 


83 


1.6 


4 




1 


5 


0.1 



Total Sentences 

3 months 

4-6 months 

7 months - 1 year 

13 - 18 months 

19 months - 2 years 

25 months - 3 years 

37 months - 5 years 

61 months - 8 years 

97 months - 10 years 

121 months - 15 years 

More than 15 years 

Life 

Death 



Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Division of 

Correction, Unpublished data. 

-202- 



NO. 166 

DISPOSITION OF ALL JUVENILE COURT CASES,* BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 
FISCAL YEARS 1981, 1979 AND 1977 





POLITICAL 












SUBDIVISON 


1981 


1979 


1977 


MARYLAND 


44 


,620 


44 


,109 


50,702 


Allegany 




281 




476 


437 


Anne Arundel 


3 


,508 


4 


,513 


5,035 


Baltimore City 


16 


,156 


14 


,495 


18,859 


Baltimore 


5 


,788 


5 


,472 


5,024 


Calvert 




561 




478 


377 


Caroline 




164 




228 


134 


Carroll 




753 




740 


742 


Cecil 




574 




583 


502 


Charles 




979 


1 


,304 


953 


Dorchester 




240 




233 


197 


Frederick 




830 




882 


860 


Garrett 




127 




130 


161 


Harford 


1 


,221 


1 


,342 


1,237 


Howard 




646 




831 


984 


Kent 




113 




154 


203 


Montgomery 


2 


,624 


2 


,810 


3,174 


Prince George's 


7 


,227 


6 


,850 


8,786 


Queen Anne ' s 




127 




181 


155 


St. Mary's 




545 




607 


623 


Somerset 




78 




120 


100 


Talbot 




229 




242 


224 


Washington 




699 




622 


843 


Wicomico 




405 




255 


302 


Worcester 




745 




561 


790 



*Includes Formal, Informal and Disapproved/Closed 
at Intake cases. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental 

Hygiene, Juvenile Services Administration, 
Annual Report , Fiscal years 1981, 1979 and 
1977. 



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NO. 



68 



CAPACITY AVERACE DAILY POPULATION AND ANNUAL PER CAPITA COSTS OF 
ABULT ^CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS, BY INSTITUTION: 
FISCAL YEAR 1982 



INSTITUTION 



OFFICIAL 

RATED 

CAPACITY 



ACTUAL 
OPERATION 



AVERAGE 

DAILY 

POPULATION 



ANNUAL 
PER CAP IT/ 
COSTS 



Reception Diagnostic 

Classification Center 

for Males (RDCC) 
Maryland Penitentiary (MPEN) 
Maryland House of 

Correction (MHC) 
Maryland Correctional . Institu- 

tion JcHsup (MCI J) ( ' 
Maryland Correctional Training 

Center (MCTC) 
Maryland Correctional 

Institution Uagerstown (MCIH) 
Maryland Correctional Pre- 

Release System - Males (MCPRS) 
MCPRS (Contractual) 
MCPRS (Females) 

Maryland Correctional Institu- 
tion for Women fMCIW/RDCC) 
Patuxent Annex 
Local Jail Backup 

TOTAL DIVISION 



400 
1,053 

1,406 
512 

1,707 

748 

1,035 

121 

48 

258 



7,288 



(5) 





774 


1 


,628 


1 


,608 


1 


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2, 


451 


1, 


435 


1, 


042 




121 




48 



369 



10,505 



(5) 



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(2) 



719 
1,329 

1,484 

759 

1,827 

1, 199 

1,468 

113 

15 

298 

22 

117 

9,350 



$10,060 
9,634 

9,826 

6,978 

5,588 

7,276 

8,992 

9,522 

17,954 

10,075 

13,048 

9,329 



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MCIJ began operation in April of 1981. 

Patuxent Annex ceased operation in December of 1980, and became operational again 
in March of 1982. 



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(4) 
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Costs absorbed by Patuxent Institution. 

Does not include capacities of Patuxent Annex and Local Jail Backup. 



Division-wide costs include costs of Headquarters Administration Staff Unit and 
Federal (LEAA, HEW) Grants. Division-wide costs, excluding Headquarters and Federal 
Grants costs unrelated to operating expenses at institutions are $8,334. 

Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, unpublished data 



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NO. 170 

GAS UTILITY INDUSTRY, CUSTOMERS AND REVENUES, MARYLAND: 

1973-1981 









CUSTOMERS (1 


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REVENUES 


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PERCENT 




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TOTAL K ' 


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CHANGE 


TOTAL 


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783 




728 


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250 


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768 




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76 


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768 




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48 


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258 


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771 




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49 


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382 


224 


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94 


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773 




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326 


190 


57 


73 


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775 




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49 


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273 


162 


46 


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1974 


770 




715 


49 


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231 


133 


38 


56 


1973 


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48 


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17.3 


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40.4 


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393.1 


380.8 



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Annual Averages. 



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Excludes sales for resale. 



(3) 



Includes "Other" service, not shown separately. 



Source: All figures released by the American Gas Association. Stati st ical Abstract 
of the United States , 1982-83, 1981 editions; Gas Facts , annuals; 
Historical Statistics of the Gas Utility Industry 1966-1975 . 



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NO. 173 

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SALES IN MARYLAND 
AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA* 
1976-1981 



YEAR 



TOTAL COMMERCIAL 
AND INDUSTRIAL 
SALES (MILLION KWHR) 



COMMERCIAL SALES 
(MILLION KWHR) 



INDUSTRIAL SALES 
(MILLION KWHR) 



1981 

1980 

1979 

1978 

1977 

1976 

Percent 
Change 

1981/1980 

1981/1976 



27,999 
27,557 
27,251 
26,141 
25,343 
24,249 



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15.5 



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10,820 
10,463 
10,656 



0.4 
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16,814 
16,413 
16,299 
15,321 
14,880 
13,593 



2.4 
23.7 



*EIA releases combined Maryland and District of Columbia figures. 

Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Electric 
Power Annual, November 1982. 



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NO. 175 

PRODUCTION OF BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE 

IN THE UNITED STATES, BY STATE 

AND IN MARYLAND BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

1980 AND 1982 









PRODUCTION 






(Pf 
1982 K ^ } 


THOUSANDS 


OF SHORT TONS) 








1980 






UNDERGROUND 


SURFACE 


UNDERGROUND 


SURFACE 


Maryland ... 
Allegany 


1,587 


1,872 


1,494 


2,267 





814 





1,123 


Garrett 


1,587 


1,058 


1,494 


1,144 


Alabama 


25,245 




9,504 


16,899 


Alaska 


833 




- 


791 


Arizona 


12,364 




- 


10,905 


Arkansas 


217 




- 


319 


Colorado 


18,178 




5,721 


13,125 


Georgia 


6 




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3 


Illinois 


64,312 




34,969 


27,574 


Indiana 


30,324 




688 


30,185 


Iowa 


495 




166 


393 


Kansas 


835 




- 


842 


Kentucky 


150,115 




79,162 


70,982 


East 


111,350 




59,604 


49,582 


West 


38,765 




19,558 


21,400 


Missouri 


5,006 




- 


5,503 


Montana 


27,850 




- 


29,872 


New Mexico 


19,870 




950 


17,475 


North Dakota 


18,909 




- 


16,975 


Ohio 


37,091 




12,994 


26,400 


Oklahoma 


5,028 




- 


5,358 


Pennsylvania 


71,863 




42,891 


44,178 


Tennessee 


7,585 




4,750 


5,100 


Texas 


34,617 




- 


29,354 


Utah 


17,010 




13,236 


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Virginia 


37,208 




32,358 


8,651 


Washington 


4,161 




- 


5,140 


W. Virginia 


128,778 




96,409 


25,175 


Wyoming 


107,856 




1,633 


93,254 



TOTAL 



829,215 



336,925 



486,720 



(P) 
(1) 



Preliminary. 

Maryland county data obtained from the Maryland Bureau of Mines. 



Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, 
Weekly Coal Production , April 30, 1983. 



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NO. 176 

GROSS GALLONS OF MOTOR GASOLINE SOLD,* 
MARYLAND AND THE UNITED STATES: 
1972-1982 







MARYLAND 


UNITED 


STATES 






PERCENT 




PERCENT 






CHANGE OVER 




CHANGE OVER 






PRECEDING 




PRECEDING 


YEAR 


(1,000) 


YEAR 


(1,000) 


YEAR 


1982 (P) 


1,888,873 


-1.6 


102,316,583 


-1.8 


1981 


1,919,423 


-1.1 


104,150,406 


-2.2 


1980 


1,941,209 


-0.5 


106,448,704 


-5.6 


1979 


1,951,371 


-4.5 


112,781,204 


-3.6 


1978 


2,042,644 


3.4 


116,998,310 


3.6 


1977 


1,975,265 


3.2 


112,980,215 


3.0 


1976 


1,914,355 


3.8 


109,655,206 


5.2 


1975 


1,844,873 


3.1 


104,271,488 


2.4 


1974 


1,789,440 


-4.5 


101,855,749 


-3.7 


1973 


1,873,384 


4.3 


105,759,344 


4.2 


1972 


1,796,502 





101,476,934 






*State taxation reports at the wholesale level are the basis of the data. 
Preliminary data. 

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
Monthly Motor Gasoline Reported by States , MF-33G series. 



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NO. 180 

IMPORT TRADE OF THE PORT OF BALTIMORE ARRANGED BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES 

AND BY TRADE AREAS: 1982 



COUNTRY OF ORIGIN 








COUNTRY OF ORIGIN 




IN ORDER OF TONNAGE 


SHORT TONS 




IN ORDER OF VALUE 


VALUE 


Canada 




3,548,782 




Japan 


$1,669,458,303 


Liberia 




1,060,515 




West Germany 


846,414,691 


Venezuela 




816,134 




Italy 


307,544,509 


Netherlands Antilles 


519,802 




United Kingdom 


273,312,230 


Japan 




478,011 




Brazil 


267,528,737 


Brazil 




300,656 




France 


258,251,623 


Italy 




254,242 




China — Taiwan 


178,398,631 


West Germany 




244,508 




Sweden 


140,030,827 


Australia 




162,756 




Canada 


137,955,928 


Phillipines 




155,438 




Venezuela 


109,226,827 


France 




148,436 




Spain 


105,808,062 


Bahamas 




142,144 




Republic of South Africa 


97,522,121 


Israel 




141,319 




Netherlands 


90,818,652 


Spain 




138,074 




Norway 


88,715,620 


Republic of South 


Africa 


134,002 




Philippines 


80,324,174 


Netherlands 




125,229 




Republic of Korea 


79,423,346 


Mexico 




121,246 




Netherlands Antilles 


73,877,757 


United Kingdom 




112,886 




Hong Kong 


55,112,777 


Peru 




100,146 




Australia 


53,723,476 


China — Taiwan 




91,128 




Thailand 


47,132,443 


Argentina 




73,952 




Chile 


47,004,095 


China — Mainland 




67,244 




Chile — Mainland 


45,891,591 


Thailand 




58,038 




Belgium & Luxembourg 


39,100,091 


Guyana 




55,233 




Argentina 


36,734,040 


Chile 




49,181 




Peru 


36,724,660 


Republic of Korea 




42,913 




Denmark 


35,074,345 


Sweden 




41,977 




Israel 


34,430,798 


Ecuador 




38,396 




Portugal 


27,891,144 


Portugal 




34,591 




Finland 


27,186,674 


Surinam 




"•,,480 




Liberia 


27,043,383 


IMPORTS BY TRADE AREA 






SHORT 


TONS 


VALUE 


North America 




4 


,446 


,508 


$ 240,948,282 


South America 




1 


,516 


,824 


531,160,463 


Africa 




1 


,275 


,770 


165,561,590 


Europe 




1 


,263 


,301 


2,396,756,734 


Asia 




1, 


133 


,916 


2,262,468,322 


Australia 






200 


,787 


71,261,175 


TOTAL 




9 


,837 


,106 


5,668,156,566 


Source: Maryland 


Department of Transp 


ortation, Maryland Port Administration, 


Foreign 


Commerce 


Statistical 


Rep 


art, 1982. 





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NO. 181 

EXPORT TRADE OF THE PORT OF BALTIMORE ARRANGED BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES 

AND BY TRADE AREAS: 1982 





COUNTRY OF UNLADING 






COUNTRY OF UNLADING 




IN ORDER OF TONNAGE 


SHORT TONS 


IN ORDER OF VALUE 


VALUE 


Japan 


4 


,915,573 


Saudi Arabia 


$1,223,570,594 


Belgium & Luxembourg 


2 


,170,635 


West Germany 


801,807,461 


Spain 


1 


,594,135 


Japan 


518,963,284 


West Germany 


1 


,323,721 


United Kingdom 


507,266,715 


Netherlands 


1 


,175,924 


Belgium & Luxembourg 


457,056,024 


Sweden 


1 


,020,883 


Spain 


405,625,907 


France 




978,801 


France 


379,766,513 


East Germany 




727,396 


Netherlands 


268,799,535 


Denmark 




675,677 


Republic of South Africa 


252,254,239 


United Kingdom 




523,520 


Italy 


206,902,751 


China — Taiwan 




523,387 


China — Taiwan 


204,535,108 


Portugal 




505,019 


Venezuela 


198,667,383 


USSR 




407,705 


Brazil 


189,543,351 


China — Mainland 




373,215 


Sweden 


168,485,789 


Saudi Arabia 




371,702 


Republic of Korea 


149,483,689 


Egypt 




349,892 


Egypt 


147,893,579 


Italy 




328,635 


Kuwait 


120,055,753 


Yugoslavia 




325,824 


Hong Kong 


114,302,514 


Republic of Korea 




223,692 


Singapore 


107,540,773 


Tunisia 




189,714 


Indonesia 


106,041,691 


Morocco 




141,204 


United Arab Emirates 


101,122,967 


Algeria 




133,706 


Portugal 


93,705,378 


Greece 




118,789 


Switzerland 


93,133,557 


Venezuela 




117,599 


Argentina 


84,384,516 


Poland 




117,230 


Nigeria 


80,220,000 


Argentina 




102,545 


Israel 


75,214,080 


Czechoslovakia 




88,833 


East Germany 


75,177,794 


Brazil 




81,564 


Australia 


71,661,410 


Norway 




80,789 


Colombia 


69,203,257 


Bangladesh 




67,34 


Iraq 


60,652,481 



EXPORTS BY TRADE AREA 



SHORT TONS 



VALUE 



Europe 

Asia 

South America 

Africa 

North America 

Australia 

Unidentified Trade Areas 

TOTAL 



12,388,214 

6,892,269 

441,651 

990,974 

76,571 

23,165 

32,775 

20,845,619 



$3,893,760,049 

3,175,222,476 

681,283,595 

642,542,829 

75,952,932 

87,403,206 

8,556,165,087 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1982 . 



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RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 

FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, IMPORT TONNAGE: 1982, 1981, AND 1980 

(IN THOUSANDS OF SHORT TONS) 



PORT 



1982 



1981 



1980 



PERCENT CHANGES 
1982/81 1982/80 



UNITED STATES 


384,056 


478,444 


495,377 


-19.7 


-22.5 


New York, NY 


41,700 


45,420 


45,464 


-8.2 


-8.3 


Houston, TX 


22,258 


27,789 


31,100 


-19.9 


-28.4 


Philadelphia, PA 


20,232 


25,150 


25,541 


-20.8 


-20.8 


New Orleans, LA 


18,303 


19,417 


19,351 


-5.7 


-5.4 


Corpus Christi, TX 


15,717 


18,507 


20,930 


-15.1 


-24.9 


Marcus Hook, PA 


12,992 


12,889 


11,246 


0.8 


15.5 


BALTIMORE, MD 


9,837 


12,856 


15,222 


-23.5 


-35.4 


Paulsboro, NJ 


9,077 


10,509 


11,422 


-13.6 


-13.6 


Baton Rouge, LA 


8,207 


16,395 


18,694 


-49.9 


-56.1 


Long Beach, CA 


7,378 


8,960 


9,330 


-17.7 


-20.1 


Portland, ME 


7,068 


11,242 


6,892 


-37.1 


2.6 


Los Angeles, CA 


5,313 


7,122 


7,966 


-25.4 


-33.3 


Boston, MA 


4,740 


6,778 


5,192 


-30.1 


-8.7 


Mobile, AL 


4,073 


8,031 


8,472 


-49.3 


-51.9 


Norfolk VA 


4,044 


4,288 


5,398 


-5.7 


-25.1 


Seattle, WA 


3,757 


4,356 


4,518 


-13.8 


-16.8 



NO. 183 

RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 
FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, IMPORT VALUE: 1982, 1981 AND 1980 

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 



PORT 



1982 



1981 



1980 



PERCENT CHANGES 
1982/81 1982/80 



UNITED STATES 


$163,171 




$190,761 


$174,400 


-14.5 


-6.4 




New York, NY 


27,542 




29,197 


27,996 


-5.7 


-1.6 




Long Beach, CA 


12,690 




12,269 


9,264 


3.4 


37.0 




Houston, TX 


10,603 




13,332 


11,266 


-20.5 


-5.9 




Seattle, WA 


10,468 




11,377 


9,710 


-8.0 


7.8 




Los Angeles, CA 


10,326 




11,718 


10,608 


-11.9 


-2.7 




New Orleans, LA 


6,000 




7,022 


6,990 


-14.6 


-14.2 




BALTIMORE, MD 


5,668 




6,072 


6,245 


-6.7 


-9.2 




Philadelphia, PA 


5,516 




6,354 


6,565 


-16.0 


-16.0 




Oakland , CA 


4,739 




4,526 


3,990 


4.7 


18.8 




Norfolk, VA 


3,013 




3,186 


3,595 


-5.4 


-16.2 




Marcus Hook, PA 


2,907 




3,170 


2,453 


-8.3 


18.5 




Corpus Christi, TX 


2,903 




3,639 


3,808 


-20.2 


-23.8 




Jacksonville, FL 


2,801 




2,869 


2,697 


-2.4 


3.8 




Savannah, GA 


2,160 




2,382 


1,933 


-9.3 


11.7 




Boston, MA 


2,058 




2,782 


2,079 


-26.0 


-1.0 




Source: Maryland Dep 


artment of 


Transportation, 


Maryland 


Port Admini 


stration, 


Foreign 


Commerce Statistical Reporl 


:, 1982 and 


1981. 









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NO. 184 

RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEA^OR^S IN 

FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, EXPORT TONNAGE: 1982, 1981, and 1980 

(IN THOUSANDS OF SHORT TONS) 



PORT 



1982 



1981 



1980 



PERCENT CHANGES 
1982/81 1982/80 



UNITED STATES 


403,135 


410,000 


403,326 


-1.7 


0.0 


Norfolk, VA. 


42,872 


39,323 


40,500 


9.0 


5.9 


New Orlean, LA. 


28,851 


38,851 


24,141 


-25.7 


19.5 


Houston, TX 


25,910 


23,267 


22,404 


11.4 


15.6 


BALTIMORE, MD 


20,846 


21,488 


21,665 


-3.0 


-3.8 


Newport News, VA 


18,558 


16,242 


18,197 


14.3 


2.0 


Baton Rouge, LA 


14,987 


14,368 


15,868 


4.3 


-5.6 


Tampa, FL 


13,513 


15,062 


19,130 


-10.3 


-29.4 


Long Beach, CA 


12,469 


11,648 


9,141 


7.0 


36.4 


Mobile, AL 


11,969 


11,069 


5,967 


8.1 


100.6 


Portland, OR 


11,210 


13,375 


11,621 


-16.2 


-3.5 


Los Angeles, CA 


7,041 


7,746 


5,916 


-9.1 


19.0 


Tacoma , WA 


5,733 


8,113 


9,539 


-29.3 


-39.9 


New York, NY 


5,731 


6,819 


7,503 


-16.0 


-23.6 


Galveston, TX 


5,596 


7,561 


5,535 


-26.0 


1.1 


Philadelphia, PA 


5,448 


6,089 


7,754 


-10.5 


-29.7 



NO. 185 



RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 
FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, EXPORT VALUE: 1982, 1981, and 1980 

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 



PORT 



1982 



1981 



1980 



PERCENT CHANGES 
1982/81 1982/80 



UNITED STATES 


$120,045 


$.128,494 


$122,270 


-6.6 


-1.8 


New York, NY 


14,100 


15,467 


16,116 


-8.8 


-12.5 


Houston, TX 


13,358 


13,063 


11,732 


2.2 


13.9 


BALTIMORE, MD 


8,556 


8,969 


9,044 


-4.6 


-5.4 


New Orleans, LA 


7,793 


10,562 


8,183 


-26.2 


-4.8 


Norfolk, VA 


7,305 


7,444 


7,188 


-1.9 


1.6 


Oakland, CA 


5,277 


5,070 


4,839 


4.1 


9.1 


Long Beach, CA 


5,246 


4,862 


4,123 


7.9 


27.2 


Los Angeles, CA 


3,803 


4,521 


4,083 


-15.9 


-6.9 


Charleston, SC 


2,797 


3,700 


3,088 


-24.4 


-9.4 


Seattle, WA 


2,602 


2,767 


2,461 


-6.0 


5.7 


Baton Rouge, LA 


2,345 


2,505 


3,073 


-6.4 


-23.7 


Savannah, GA 


2,080 


2,279 


2,110 


-8.7 


-1.4 


Portland, OR 


1,892 


2,434 


2,067 


-22.3 


-8.5 


Galveston, TX 


1,873 


2,281 


2,046 


-17.9 


-8.5 


Newport News, VA 


1,709 


1,482 


1,507 


15.3 


13.4 


Source: Maryland 


Department o 


f Transportation, 


Maryland Port 


Administration 


, Foreign 


Commerce 


Statistical 


Report, 1982 and 


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NO. 188 

WATERBORNE COMMERCE OF THE PRINCIPAL WATERWAYS IN MARYLAND, 
IN SHORT TONS: 1981 and 1976 



PERCENT CHANGE 
WATERWAY 1981 1976 1981/1976 



Total Principal Waterways 

Baltimore Harbor and Channels 

Total Other Principal Waterways 

Chester River, Maryland 
Tred Avon River, Maryland 
Choptank River, Maryland 
Cambridge Harbor, Maryland 
Nanticoke River, Delaware 

and Maryland 
Wicomico River, Maryland 
Crisfield Harbor, Maryland 
Pocomoke River, Maryland 
Chincoteague Bay, Maryland 

and Virginia 
Delaware Bay - Chesapeake 116,179 50,561 129.8 

Bay Waterway, Virginia 



Source: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce 
of the United States: Part I, Waterways and Harbors, Atlantic Coast , 
1981 and 1976. 



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85,993 


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191,674 


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282,453 




321,127 


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234,749 




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678,251 




827,076 


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12,787 


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238,534 


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-223- 



NO. 189 

WATERBORNE COMMERCE OF THE BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, (1 ) 
IN SHORT TONS: 1972-1981 



YEAR TONNAGE PASSENGERS 

1981 49,804,528 333,748 

1980 50,041,515 374,153 

1979 51,444,637 283,437 

1978 46,809,090 178,147 

1977 44,756,359 163,134 

1976 52,437,192 169,946 

1975 52,661,448 156,882 

1974 59,891,068 176,944 

1973 53,786,715 182,579 

1972 45,798,776 128,410 



Section included is the mouth of the Patapsco River 
to Baltimore, MD. 

Source: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of 

Engineers, Waterborne Commerce of the United 
States: Part I, Waterways and Harbors, 
Atlantic Coast, 1981. 



■ 224- 



NO. 190 
BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OPERATIONS: 1982 AND 1981 













PERCENT 










CHANGE 


TYPE OF OPERATION 




1982 


1981 


1982/81 


Total Commercial Passen 


gers 


4,553,152 


3,787,951 


20.2 


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2,224,084 


1,867,376 


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2,213,640 


1,847,321 


19.8 


Chartered 




115,428 


73,254 


57.6 


Total Mail (Lbs.) 




45,373,312 


45,486,363 


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Deplaning 




18,773,849 


19,367,033 


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26,599,463 


26,119,330 


1.8 


Total Freight (Lbs.) 




131,804,898 


141,580,549 


-7.0 


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66,011,736 


72,253,966 


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Enplaning 




65,793,162 


69,326,583 


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Total Air Traffic Operations 
Itinerant'-^ 

Commercial Carrier 

General Aviation 

Armed Forces 
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Armed Forces 



General Aviation 



(3) 



219,119 

139,096 

71,170 

1,715 

879 
6,259 



207,272 

113,385 

82,148 

1,598 

1,141 
9,000 



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With origin or destination beyond the local tower 



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Includes airline personnel familiarization operations 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, State Aviation Administration, 
Comparative Summary of Activity for Calendar Year 1982 . 



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NO. 191 

COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS AND HELIPORTS IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND, 

BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



AIRPORTS AND HELIPORTS 



Allegany 
Anne Arundel 

Baltimore 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick. 

Garrett 

Harford 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 

Queen Anne's 

St. Mary's 

Somerset 

Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 



Cumberland Municipal, Mexico Farms 

Deep Creek, Baltimore-Washington Int'nl. 
Lee (Annapolis) 

Baltimore Airpark, Essex Skypark, 
Glen L. Martin 

Ridgely-Pelican 

Clearview, Carroll County 

Cecil County 

Aqualand/Clif ton Skypark, Maryland 

Cambridge-Dorchester Municipal 

Frederick Municipal 

Garrett County 

Harford County Industrial Airpark, 
Conowingo, Fallston 

Gill 

Davis, Montgomery County 

College Park, Freeway, Hyde Field 
Prince George's County Airpark, Suburban 

Bay Bridge, Kentmorr 

Park Hall, St. Mary's County Airport 

Cris field-Somerset 

Easton Municipal 

Hagerstown Regional 

Bennett, Salisbury-Wicomico County 

Ocean City Municipal, Fair's Airport 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, State Aviation 
Administration, Maryland Airport Directory, 1982. 

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NO. 192 



NEW MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION AND NUMBER OF LICENSED 
DRIVERS IN MARYLAND: 1982 and 1981 



TYPE 



1982 



1981 



Passenger Cars 147,193 

Commercial 31,512 

TOTAL 178,705 

Number of Licensed Drivers 2,769,988 

(as of January. 1983 and January. 1982 



149,141 

27,872 

177,013 

2,743,660 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Administration, 
registration baf ;d on data obtained from Dealer Report, Monthly , 
1982 and 1981; licensed driver information unpublished. 



NO. 193 



MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION IN MARYLAND, BY TYPE AND POLITICAL 
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1982 (1) 






1981 (2) 








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PLEASURE 


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TOTAL 


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3,011,099 


2,338,826 


672,273 3 


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2,315,090 


687,947 


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58,803 


41,956 


16,847 


59,665 


42,181 


17,484 


Anne Arundel 


291,496 


222,076 


69,420 


289,334 


218,683 


70,651 


Baltimore City 


341,592 


273,797 


67,795 


344,690 


274,083 


70,607 


Baltimore 


515,175 


418,395 


96,780 


516,514 


417,040 


99,474 


Calvert 


28,385 


19,125 


9,260 


28,270 


18,822 


9,443 


Caroline 


22,576 


12,012 


10,564 


22,887 


11,969 


10,918 


Carroll 


83,961 


57,531 


26,430 


84,265 


57,021 


27,244 


Cecil 


45,336 


30,351 


14,985 


44,919 


29,888 


15,031 


Charles 


57,991 


40,738 


17,253 


57,249 


39,866 


17,383 


Dorchester 


24,025 


15,340 


8,685 


23,948 


15,303 


8,645 


Frederick 


95,941 


66,610 


29,331 


95,687 


65,702 


29,985 


Garrett 


18,945 


11,105 


7,840 


18,954 


10,927 


8,027 


Harford 


111,184 


82,591 


28,593 


110,868 


81,746 


29,122 


Howard 


101,112 


80,633 


20,479 


99,729 


78,921 


20,808 


Kent 


14,360 


9,028 


5,332 


14,719 


9,052 


5,667 


Montgomery 


462,694 


398,905 


63,789 


456,989 


391,922 


65,067 


Prince George's 


470,816 


380,726 


90,090 


467,248 


375,484 


91,764 


Queen Anne's 


22,274 


13,827 


8,447 


22,189 


13,682 


8,507 


St. Mary's 


41,454 


27,776 


13,678 


41,194 


27,318 


13,876 


Somerset 


13,666 


8,764 


4,902 


13,676 


8,705 


4,971 


Talbot 


23,80-- 


15,780 


8,027 


23,798 


15,673 


8,125 


Washington 


86,6-d 


59,766 


26,862 


87,398 


59,706 


27,692 


Wicomico 


50,812 


33,901 


16,911 


50,947 


33,708 


17,239 


Worcester 


26,659 


17,062 


9,597 


26,642 


16,808 


9,834 


Miscellaneous 


1,407 


1,031 


376 


1,258 


880 


378 



(1) 



(2) 
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(4) 



For the period March 1, 1981 through April 30, 1982. 

For the period March 1, 1980 through April 30, 1981. 

Includes motorcycles, motorbikes, motor scooters (Class D) , trailers, including 
4050 permanent trailers (Class G) and all other classes (trucks). 

Includes motorcycles, motorbikes, motor scooters (Class D), trailers (Class G), and 
all other classes (trucks). 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Administration, Segregation 
of Classifications by Political Subdivision , for periods stated. 



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NO. 194 



AVERAGE DAILY VEHICLE MILES, STATE MAINTAINED ROADS: 1980 AND 1979 













PERCENT CHANGE 


SUBDIVISION 




1980 


1979 


1980/1979 


MARYLAND 




54,771,174 


53,215,202 


2.9 


Allegany 




1,143,790 


1,090,835 


4.9 


Anne Arundel 




5,452,461 


5,029,097 


8.4 


Baltimore 




8,417,587 


8,170,879 


3.0 


Calvert 




510,591 


504,825 


1.1 


Caroline 




402,657 


406,930 


-1.1 


Carroll 




1,238,557 


1,125,570 


10.0 


Cecil 




885,686 


922,679 


-4.0 


Charles 




1,213,400 


1,232,309 


-1.5 


Dorchester 




482,934 


483,232 


-0.1 


Frederick 




2,427,001 


2,382,688 


1.9 


Garrett 




583,380 


562,473 


3.7 


Harford 




1,792,226 


1,720,911 


4.1 


Howard 




2,637,855 


2,393,118 


10.2 


Kent 




369,677 


333,588 


10.8 


Montgomery 




7,670,303 


7,916,902 


-3.1 


Prince George's 




9,337,717 


9,014,638 


3.6 


Queen Anne's 




900,731 


938,321 


-4.0 


Somerset 




448,439 


541,620 


-17.2 


St. Mary's 




752,280 


613,720 


22.6 


Talbot 




8" i, 491 


819,318 


-0.3 


Washington 




2,225,322 


1,973,786 


12.7 


Wicomico 




1,031,318 


1,073,887 


-4.0 


Worcester 




888,521 


848,158 


4.8 


Toll Facilities 




3,142,248 


3,115,720 


0.9 


Note: Figures may 


not add to total 


due to roundir 


tg- 


Source: State High 


way Administration of Maryland, 


Bureau of 


Highway 


Statistics, based 


on data obtaine 


id from Mileage , 


Annual 1 


^eh 


icle Miles of Tr 


avel and Square 


! Yards of 


Surfacing, 


as of January 1 


, 1981 and January 1, 1980. 



(The January 1, 1981 report is the latest issued.) 



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NO. 198 



CASH RECEIPTS FROM FARMING, MARYLAND: 1981, 1980 AND 1979 







1981 


1980 


1979 


PERCENT 


OF TOTAL 


RECEIPTS 


COMMODITY 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


1981 


1980 


1979 


LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCTS 


697,142 


622,096 


570,994 


65.7 


68.1 


63.5 


Broilers 


326,774 


288,569 


261,365 


30.8 


31.6 


29.1 


Dairy Products 


222,547 


205,181 


188,859 


21.0 


22.5 


21.0 


Cattle and Calves 


49,833 


58,515 


50,651 


4.7 


6.4 


5.6 


Hogs 


38,765 


27,974 


26,787 


3.7 


3.1 


3.0 


Eggs 


37,331 


20,107 


21,321 


3.5 


2.2 


2.4 


Farm Chickens 


1,001 


720 


1,074 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


Turkeys 


590 


799 


795 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


Sheep and Lambs 


444 


524 


467 


* 


0.1 


0.1 


Honey 


437 


355 


423 


* 


* 


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Wool 


103 


93 


105 


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Beeswax 


19 


21 


22 


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19,298 


19,238 


19,125 


1.8 


2.1 


2.1 


ALL CROPS 


364,151 


290,783 


328,324 


34.3 


31.9 


36.5 


FIELD CROPS: 














Corn 


119,633 


83,436 


99,614 


11.3 


9.1 


11.1 


Soybeans 


65,696 


59,177 


77,714 


6.2 


6.5 


8.6 


Tobacco 


43,174 


30,294 


37,670 


4.1 


3.3 


4.2 


Wheat 


18,419 


11,870 


11,127 


1.7 


1.3 


1.2 


Barley 


6,664 


3,597 


2,821 


0.6 


0.4 


0.3 


Hay 


5,519 


4,854 


4,934 


0.5 


0.5 


0.5 


Rye 


464 


355 


334 


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Oats 


441 


385 


271 


* 


* 


* 


Other Field Crops 


269 


261 


199 


* 


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Total 


260,279 


194,229 


234,684 


24.5 


21.3 


26.1 


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Tomatoes 


7,108 


5,228 


6,409 


0.7 


0.6 


0.7 


Cucumbers 


5,771 


4,892 


4,501 


0.5 


0.5 


0.5 


Sweet Potatoes 


4,465 


1,716 


1,825 


0.4 


0.2 


0.2 


Potatoes 


2,910 


2,608 


1,517 


0.3 


0.3 


0.2 


Snapbeans 


2,845 


2,743 


3,698 


0.3 


0.3 


0.4 


Sweet Corn^ 2 ) 


2,584 


2,444 


2,706 


0.2 


0.3 


0.3 


Green Peas 


1,833 


1,618 


2,863 


0.2 


0.2 


0.3 


Watermelons 


1,739 


3,348 


1,962 


0.2 


0.4 


0.2 


Cantaloupes 


811 


* 


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Lima Beans 


793 


637 


900 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


Cabbage 


698 


997 


671 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


Misc. Vegetables 


5,720 


6,793 


5,974 


0.5 


0.7 


0.7 


Total 


37,277 


33,024 


33,026 


3.5 


3.6 


3.7 



(Continued on following page) 



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NO. 198 
CASH RECEIPTS FROM FARMING, MARYLAND: 1981, 1980 AND 19 79 (CONTD.) 









1981 


1980 


1979 


PERCENT 


OF TOTAL 


RECEIPTS 


COMMODITY 




($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


1981 


1980 


1979 


TWITS AND NUTS: 
















Apples 




8,890 


10,892 


10,330 


0.8 


1.2 


1.1 


Peaches 




3,292 


2,500 


3,117 


0.3 


0.3 


0.3 


Misc. Fruits and 


Nuts 


2,015 


1,864 


1,781 


0.2 


0.2 


0.2 


Total 




14,197 


15,256 


15,228 


1.3 


1.6 


1.7 


IREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 


45,541 


39,925 


36,345 


4.3 


4.3 


4.0 


'OREST PRODUCTS 




5,150 


6,784 


7,004 


0.5 


0.7 


0.8 


IUSHROOMS 




1.707 


1,565 


2,037 


0.2 


0.2 


0.2 


lLL COMMODITIES 




1,061 293 


912,879 


899,318 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 



; - Less than .05 . 



2) 



Includes miscellaneous livestock, poultry and products, horses, mink pelts, etc. 
Processing only. 



lource: Maryland Department of Agriculture, Maryland Agricultural Statistics, 1982 , 
issued August 1983. 



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NO. 199 



SELECTED COMMODITIES INDICES, PRICES RECEIVED BY FARMERS, MARYLAND: 1978-82 

(1977 = 100) 



(1) 



YEAR 



ALL COMMODITIES 





LIVESTOCK AND 


ALL CROPS 


LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 


103 


114 


114 


122 


123 


132 


128 


135 


114 


134 



1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 



110 
119 
127 
133 
127 



(1) 



Annual average based on unrounded monthly indices. 



Source: Maryland Department of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Maryland 
Agricultural Statistics, 1982 , issued August 1983. 



NO. 200 



NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, MARYLAND: 1950-82 



(1) 



YEAR 



NUMBER OF FARMS 



LAND IN FARMS (1,000 ACRES) 



1950 
1960 
1970 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 



39,000 
27,100 
18,800 
16,500 
16,600 
16,700 
17,000 
17,000 
17,500 
18,200 
18,000 



4,225 
3,750 
3,080 
2,950 
2,850 
2,650 
2,650 
2,700 
2,750 
2,800 
2,750 



Beginning in 1975, a farm is a place that sells or normally would sell $1000 
of agricultural produce. 

Source: Maryland Department of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Maryland 
Agricultural Statistics, 1982, issued August 1983. 



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NO. 204 

NEW BUILDING PERMITS FOR PRIVATE AND PUBLIC RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS 

AUTHORIZED IN MARYLAND: 1972-1982 



YEAR 



PRIVATE AND PUBLIC RESIDENTIAL 
DWELLING UNITS 



PERCENT CHANGE 
OVER PREVIOUS YEAR 



1982 
1981 
1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 
1973 
1972 



21,085 
17,132 
20,308 
26,696 
39,442 
30,431 
26,994 
19,661 
23,299 
48,307 
54,566 



23.1 

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37.3 

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22.2 



Note: Sample taken from a 16,000 Permit-Issuing Universe: 
1978-1982. 

Sample taken from a 14,000 Permit-Issuing Universe: 
1972-1977. 

* Less than 0.05 percent. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industrial 
Economics, Construction Review. 



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NO. 205 

NUMBER OF REAL PROPERTIES AND REAL PROPERTY ASSESSED 
VALUES, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS: AS OF JULY 1, 1982 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



NUMBER OF 


ASSESSED VALUE 


PROPERTIES 


REAL PROPERTY ($1,000) 


1,486,904 


37,825,796 


36,189 


399,314 


137,330 


3,464,657 


215,033 


3,347,162 


209,679 


5,942,845 


27,001 


402,589 


11,503 


124,279 


37,960 


872,797 


28,084 


420,804 


28,493 


654,090 


16,272 


198,810 


48,636 


1,091,136 


19,243 


184,768 


48,299 


1,161,789 


43,472 


1,686,652 


10,760 


147,789 


203,846 


9,128,427 


186,941 


5,479,119 


17,026 


281,515 


24,515 


442,395 


13,394 


110,479 


13,183 


388,953 


38,997 


768,709 


32,830 


477,962 


38,218 


648,757 



MARYLAND 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne 1 s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



Source: Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation, 
1982 Annual Survey Assessment Ratios . 



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NO. 206 

REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT LEVEL RATIOS, BY POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION: 1982, 1981 and 1980 



POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION 1982 1981 1980 



MARYLAND AVERAGE 44 44 41 

Allegany 45 44 38 

Anne Arundel 44 43 41 

Baltimore City 41 39 40 

Baltimore 45 43 40 

Calvert 45 45 46 

Caroline 44 40 40 

Carroll 45 44 42 

Cecil 43 43 40 

Charles 44 43 43 

Dorchester 41 43 43 

Frederick 43 44 41 

Garrett 44 44 40 

Harford 44 44 44 

Howard 44 44 44 

Kent 41 41 42 

Montgomery 43 44 39 

Prince George's 45 45 44 

Queen Anne's 45 44 44 

St. Mary's 44 43 44 

Somerset 46 45 41 

Talbot 43 43 45 

Washington 44 45 43 

Wicomico 45 45 43 

Worcester 41 43 41 



Source: State of Maryland, State Department of Assessments 
and Taxation, 39th Annual Report, January 1983. 



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REAL PROPERTY LEASED 



(1) 



NO. 207 

TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN MARYLAND: 
1982 AND 1981 



ITEM 



1982 



1981 



REAL PROPERTY LEASED 
No. of Leases 
Land (Acres) 
No. of Locations 
Floor Area (Sq. Ft.) 
Annual Rental 



932 

756.6 

776 

10,776,852 

60,235,634 



1,266 
756. 

1,085 
11,093,708 
55,153,150 



NO. 208 



FEDERALLY OWNED REAL PROPERTY 



(1) 



IN MARYLAND: 1982 AND 1981 



ITEM 



1982 



1981 



FEDERALLY OWNED REAL PROPERTY 
Total Cost ($1,000) 
No. of Installations 
Land (Acres) 
No. of Buildings 



$2,946,876 

406 

210,381 

11,079 



$2,833,512 

398 

203,992 

10,978 



(1) 



As of September 30 of the stated years 



Source: General Services Administration, Office of Administration, 
Summary Report of Real Property Leased to the United States 
Throughout the World , As of September 30, 1982 and September 
30, 1981, issued March 1983. Summary Report on Real Property 
Owned by the United States Throughout the World , As of 
September 30, 1982 and September 30, 1981, issued March 1983. 



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NO. 209 



RELATIVE POSITION OF THE STATE: FISCAL YEARS 1980 AND 1979 



1980 



1979 



13th In Total Federal Funds 14th 

18th In Resident Population of States in 1980 18th 

21st In Number of Low Income Individuals (1980 and 1970 Census) 23rd 

42nd In Area 42nd 

RANK IN TERMS OF FUNDS RECEIVED FROM THE FEDERAL AGENCIES 



1st 


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4 th 


For 


the 


4th 


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the 


7 th 


For 


the 


9th 


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the 


11th 


For 


the 


11th 


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the 


15th 


For 


the 


16th 


For 


the 


16th 


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the 


17 th 


For 


the 


17 th 


For 


the 


20th 


For 


the 


27th 


For 


the 


28th 


For 


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32nd 


For 


the 



Department of Commerce 

National Aeronautic Space Administration 

Department of State 

Department of Energy 

Department of Transportation 

Department of Defense 

General Services Administration 

Department of Health, Education and Welfare 

Environment Protection Agency 

Department of Justice 

Treasury Department 

Department of Labor 

Department of Housing and Urban Development 

Veterans Administration 

Department f the Interior 

Department of Agriculture 



1st 

4 th 

5 th 
8 th 

14 th 
10th 
11th 
15th 
15th 
20th 
17th 
18 th 
17th 
27th 
27th 
34 th 



Source: Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, 

Geographic Distribution of Federal Funds in Maryland , Fiscal Years 
1980 and 1979. 



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NO. 210 

FUNCTIONAL SUMMARY OF FEDERAL OUTLAYS, MARYLAND: FY 1980 
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



FUNCTION OUTLAY 



TOTAL 

Department of Defense - Military 

General Retirement and Disability Insurance 

Health Care Services 

Federal Employee Retirement and Disability 

Health 

Public Assistance and Other Income Supplements 

Energy Supply 

Ground Transportation 

Postal Service 

Other Natural Resources 

Other Advancement and Regulation of Commerce 

Health Research 

Training and Employment 

Income Security for Veterans 

Supporting Space Activities 

Energy Information Policy and Regulation 

Elementary, Secondary and Vocational Education 

General Revenue Sharing 

Space Science, Applications, and Technology 

Pollution Control and Abatement 

Agricultural Research and Services 

Air Transportation 

Hospital and Medical Care for Veterans 

General Property and Reco is Management 

Community Development 

Social Services 

Higher Education 

Water Transportation 

Space Flight 

Veterans Education, Training and Rehabilitation 

Education, Training, Employment and Social Services 

Recreational Resources 

Central Fiscal Operations 

Federal Law Enforcement Activities 

Energy Conservation 

Research and General Education Aids 

General Science and Basic Research 

Area and Regional Development 

(Continued on Following Page) 
-244- 



13,419, 


328 


3,880, 


268 


2,158, 


682 


1,128, 


144 


780, 


639 


651. 


568 


465. 


552 


86 , 


258 


607, 


912 


287, 


411 


191 


396 


283, 


344 


223, 


250 


200, 


311 


193 


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192. 


173 


361 


193 


110 


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133 


,597 


148 


,351 


110 


,542 


122 


194 


82 


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82 


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109 


,497 


81 


,609 


75 


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56 


,432 


61 


,487 


55 


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37 


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27 


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35 


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30 


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27 


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27 


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17 


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19 


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21 


,297 



NO. 210 

FUNCTIONAL SUMMARY OF FEDERAL OUTLAYS, MARYLAND: FY 1980 (CONTD.) 

(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



FUNCTION OUTLAY 



Unemployment Compensation 42,734 

Consumer and Occupational Health and Safety 8,229 

Criminal Justice Assistance 18,725 

Farm Income Stabilization 23,355 

Water Resources 14,985 

Conservation and Land Management 15,416 

Conduct of Foreign Affairs 11,375 

Income Security 10,723 

Emergency Energy Preparedness 2,158 

Foreign Economic and Financial Assistance 28,137 

Other Interest 14,938 

Other Veterans Benefits and Services 4,892 

Disaster Relief and Insurance 21,094 

Federal Litigative and Judicial Activities 3,776 

Other Labor Services 3,380 

Other General Government 1,097 

Other Transportation 3.354 

Mortgage Credit and Thrift Insurance 9,923 

Other General Purpose Fiscal Assistance 510 

Central Personnel Management 498 

Veterans Housing 3 



Source: Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the 
Community Services Administration, Geographic Distribution 
of Federal Funds in Maryland, Fiscal Year 1980 . Final 
publication — series discontinued . 



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NO. 211 



FEDERAL OUTLAYS IN MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



FY 1980 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



1980 



MARYLAND TOTAL 



13,419,328 



Montgomery 
Baltimore City 
Prince George's 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore 



3,132,834 
3,511,201 
1,769,051 
1,218,581 
1,218,924 



Harford 
Howard 
Washington 
St. Mary's 
Frederick 



445,717 
379,519 
234,178 
242,307 
208,159 



Allegany 

Charles 

Cecil 

Carroll 

Wicomico 



153,649 
153,711 
130,946 
117,539 
121,864 



Dorchester 
Queen Anne ' s 
Talbot 
Worcester 
Somerset 



59,729 
32,443 
50,608 
45,428 
41,655 



Garrett 
Calvert 
Caroline 
Kent 



37,925 
40,408 
42,972 
29,980 



Figures may not add to total due to rounding, 

Source: Compiled for the Executive Office 
of the President by the Community 
Services Administration, Geographic 
Distribution of Federal Funds in 
Maryland Fiscal Year 1980 . Final 
publication — series discontinued . 



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NO. 213 

FEDERAL EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTIONAL CATEGORY 
IN THE APPALACHIAN PORTION OF MARYLAND: FISCAL YEAR 1981 



FUNCTIONAL GROUPINGS 



APPALACHIA PORTION 
OF MARYLAND 



1980 Population 

Total Expenditures 

Child Development 
Total 
Per Capita 

Health 
Total 
Per Capita 

Vocational Education and Other Education 
Total 
Per Capita 

Energy and Enterprise Development 
Total 
Per Capita 

Community Development 
Total 
Per Capita 

Housing 
Total 
Per Capita 

Local Development District Planning & Administration 
Total 
Per Capita 

Research and Technical Assistance 
Total 
Per Capita 



220, 


132 


$3,142, 


190 


367, 


629 




1.67 


305, 


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1.39 


408. 


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1.86 


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773 


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3.51 


1,051 


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4.78 


93 


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0.42 


106 


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0.48 



Source: Appalachian Regional Commission, 1981 Annual Report 



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NO. 214 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 98TH CONGRESS 




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NO. 214 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 98TH CONGRESS 



BALTIMORE AND BALTIMORE COUNTY 



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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 98TH CONGRESS 

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NO. 214 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 98TH CONGRESS 



HARFORD COUNTY 




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NO. 214 
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 



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4 BERWYN HEIGHTS 

5 LANGLEY PARK CART) 

6 UNIVERSITY PARK 

7 RIVEROALE 

8 EAST RIVEROALE 

9 District 19 Riverdale 

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20 COTTAGE CITY 



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NO. 216 

MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS - NOVEMBER 2, 1982 
FOR GOVERNOR AND LT. GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 







DEMOCRATIC 


PARTY 


REPUBLICAN PARTY 




HARRY HUGHES 


ROBERT A. 


PASCAL 




J. JOSEPH 


CURRAN, JR. 

% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 


NEWTON I. 


STEERS, JR. 

% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 


MARYLAND 


705,910 


62.0 


432,826 


38.0 


Allegany 


13,820 


59.3 


9,489 


40.7 


Anne Arundel 


44,002 


43.2 


57,726 


56.7 


Baltimore City 


149,455 


75.9 


47,398 


24.1 


Baltimore 


105,899 


51.3 


100,527 


48.7 


Calvert 


6,316 


68.0 


2,978 


32.0 


Caroline 


3,660 


65.4 


1,940 


34.6 


Carroll 


11,317 


43.0 


14,981 


56.9 


Cecil 


8,608 


58.9 


6,012 


41.1 


Charles 


11,301 


69.6 


4,924 


30.3 


Dorchester 


4,460 


53.3 


3,913 


46.7 


Frederick 


15,495 


53.4 


13,541 


46.6 


Garrett 


3,862 


54.2 


3,258 


45.8 


Harford 


18,902 


49.3 


19,393 


50.6 


Howard 


21,476 


59.7 


14,436 


40.1 


Kent 


3,416 


62.6 


2,041 


37.4 


Montgomery 


131,440 


69.1 


58,807 


30.9 


Prince George's 


104,157 


76.2 


32,504 


23.8 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,043 


53.7 


3,479 


46.2 


St. Mary's 


7,^80 


68.9 


3,607 


31.1 


Somerset 


3,392 


57.6 


2,495 


42.4 


Talbot 


4,772 


55.6 


3,805 


44.4 


Washington 


14,140 


49.1 


14,638 


50.9 


Wicomico 


9,477 


55.8 


7,520 


44.2 


Worcester 


4,520 


57.0 


3,414 


43.0 



Note: Write-in candidate received less than 0.05 percent of the vote 
Percentages may not total 100.0 due to rounding. 

Source: Department of General Services, Maryland Hall of Records 
Commission, Maryland Manual 1983 - 1984. 



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NO. 217 

MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS - NOVEMBER 2, 1 982 
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR 







DEMOCRATIC PARTY 


REPUBLICAN PARTY 




PAUL S. 


SARBANES 


LAWRENCE 


J. HOGAN 






% TOTAL 




% TOTAL 






SUBDIVISION 




SUBDIVISION 


MARYLAND 


707,356 


63.5 


407,334 


36.5 


Allegany 


12,056 


53.4 


10,503 


46.6 


Anne Arundel 


52,875 


54.5 


44,199 


45.5 


Baltimore City 


160,318 


83.0 


32,881 


17.0 


Baltimore 


118,305 


59.4 


80,834 


40.6 


Calvert 


5,768 


61.5 


3,614 


38.5 


Caroline 


3,046 


57.7 


2,237 


42.3 


Carroll 


10,752 


43.7 


13,844 


56.3 


Cecil 


8,275 


58.0 


5,992 


42.0 


Charles 


9,266 


57.4 


6,878 


42.6 


Dorchester 


4,540 


59.1 


3,136 


40.2 


Frederick 


13,115 


48.0 


14,230 


52.0 


Garrett 


3,801 


55.3 


3,067 


44.7 


Harford 


20,024 


52.4 


18,175 


47.6 


Howard 


20,819 


59.2 


14,322 


40.8 


Kent 


3,153 


59.7 


2,129 


40.3 


Montgomery 


121,589 


63.9 


68,818 


36.1 


Prince George's 


94,619 


69.2 


42,172 


30.8 


Queen Anne's 


3,957 


54.6 


3,296 


45.4 


St. Mary's 


7,265 


61.6 


4,524 


38.4 


Somerset 


3,218 


56.3 


2,502 


43.7 


Talbot 


4,124 


50.1 


4,114 


49.9 


Washington 


13,126 


47.2 


14,696 


52.8 


Wicomico 


9,240 


55.1 


7,515 


44.9 


Worcester 


4,105 


52.9 


3,656 


47.1 



Source: Department of General Services, Maryland Hall of Records 
Commission, Maryland Manual 1983 - 1984 . 



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NO. 218 

MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS - NOVEMBER 4, 1980 
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
EDWARD T. CON ROY 



% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 
CHARLES McC. MATHIAS, JR. 



% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



MARYLAND 



435,118 



Allegany 


6,829 


Anne Arundel 


33,028 


Baltimore City 


83,176 


Baltimore 


78,694 


Calvert 


3,096 


Caro line 


1,571 


Carrol 1 


10,285 


Ceci 1 


5,101 


Charles 


6,551 


Dorchester 


2,520 


[Frederick 


8,143 


Garrett 


1,609 


Harford 


12,562 


Howard 


11,970 


Kent 


1,419 


Montgomery 


60,506 


Prince George's 


79,532 


Queen Anne's 


2,161 


St. Mary's 


4,551 


Somerset 


1,581 


Talbot 


1,912 


Washington 


10,220 


Wicomico 


5,663 


IWorcester 


2,438 



33.8 

26.7 
30.2 
43.5 

34.2 
34.9 

30.5 
38.2 
34.9 
36.7 
31.6 

23.7 
23.9 

27.7 
27.4 
29.9 

2 3.5 
4 7. 7 
31.4 
37.4 
34.6 

22.9 
31.3 
32.7 
31.7 



850,970 



18. 


700 


76 


352 


08 


051 


51 


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5 


774 


3 


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16 


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9 


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11 


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5 


463 


26 


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5 


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32 


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31 


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3 


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96 


,817 


87 


311 


4 


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7 


,602 


2 


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6 


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22 


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11 


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5 


► 257 



66.2 

73.3 
69.8 
56.5 

65.8 
65.1 

69. 5 
61.8 
65.1 
63.3 

68.4 

76.3 
76.1 
72.3 
72.6 
70.1 



76, 
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62, 
65, 



77.1 
68.7 
67.3 
68.3 



Source: State Administrative Board of Election Laws, General Election Results : 
November 4, 1980. 



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NO. 219 



MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS - November 2, 1982 
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE 98TH CONGRESS 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



(*DENOTES WINNING CANDIDATE) 



/' 



CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT 



DEMOCRATIC 
PARTY 



REPUBLICAN 
PARTY 



First District 



(1) 



Second District 



(2) 



Third District 



(3) 



Fourth District 



(4) 



Fifth District 
Sixth District 



(5) 



(6) 



Seventh District 



(7) 



Eighth District 



(8) 



*Roy Dyson 89,503 
*Clarence Long 83,318 
*Barbara Mikulski 110,042 
Patricia Aiken 47,947 
*Steny Hoyer 83,937 
*Beverly Byron 102,596 
*Parren Mitchell 103,496 
*Michael D.Barnes 121,761 



C.A. Porter Hopkins 39,656 

Helen Bentley 75,062 

H. Robert Sherr 38,259 

*Mar1orle Holt 75,617 

William P. Guthrie 21,533 

Roscoe Bartlett 35,321 

M. Leonora Jones 14,203 

Elizabeth Spencer 48,910 



§ 



No Independent Candidates 



Districts include all or parts of 

(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Harford, Kent, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's, 
Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, Worcester. 

Harford, Baltimore County. 

Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard. 

Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Howard. 



Prince George' s. 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, Howard, Montgomery, Washington. 



Baltimore City, Baltimore County. 



Montgomery . 



Source: Department of General Services, Maryland Hall of Records Commission, Maryland 
Manual 1983-1984. 



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NO. 220 



RECREATION HOMES , BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: I9H0 









YEAR- 


VACANT SEASONAL 




TOTAL 
HOUSING 


ROUND 
HOUSING 


AND 


MIGRATORY 


POLITICAL 




PERCENT OF 


SUBDIVISION 


UNITS 


UNITS 


UNITS 


TOTAL HOUSING 


MARYLAND 


1,570,907 


1,549,219 


21,688 


1.4 


Allegany 


31,893 


31,563 


330 


1.0 


Anne Arundel 


129,031 


126,750 


2,281 


1.8 


Baltimore City 


302,680 


302,459 


221 


0.1 


Baltimore 


243,994 


243,250 


744 


0.3 


Calvert 


12,782 


12,535 


247 


1.9 


Caroline 


8,818 


8,803 


15 


0.2 


Carroll 


32,115 


32,036 


79 


0.2 


Cecil 


22,977 


21,224 


1,753 


7.6 


Charles 


22,721 


22,623 


98 


0.4 


Dorchester 


12,753 


12,342 


411 


3.2 


Frederick 


39,671 


39,542 


129 


0.3 


Garrett 


12,232 


9,519 


2,713 


22.2 


Harford 


49,435 


49,346 


89 


0.2 


Howard 


42,499 


42,480 


19 


* 


Kent 


7,347 


6,697 


650 


8.8 


Montgomery 


216,221 


216,052 


169 


0.1 


Prince George's 


236,465 


236,339 


126 


0.1 


Queen Anne's 


10,030 


9,720 


310 


3.1 


St. Mary's 


21,278 


21,048 


230 


1.1 


Somerset 


7,809 


7,537 


272 


3.5 


Talbot 


11,230 


11,115 


115 


1.0 


Washington 


42 "91 


41,991 


400 


0.9 


Wicomico 


24,672 


24,513 


159 


0.6 


Worcester 


29,863 


19,735 


10,128 


33.9 



* Less than 0.05 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 Census 
of Housing , Final Report HC80-1-A22, Maryland. 



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NO. 221 



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OPEN SPACE LAND AND SELECTED RECREATION FACILITIES 



CAMP TNG FACTLITTKS TN 
FORESTS AND PARKS 





PERCENT 






OUTDOOR 


NATIONAL 


POLITICAL 


RECREATION 
AREA*- 1 "* 


AND 


SUBDIVISION 


REGIONAL 


MARYLAND 


7.9 


10 


Allegany 


21.2 





Anne Arundel 


4.0 





Baltimore 


13.8 





Baltimore City 


12.8 





Calvert 


1.5 





Caroline 


2.4 





Carroll 


2.8 





Cecil 


5.7 





Charles 


3.4 





Dorchester 


8.5 





Frederick 


6.6 


2 


Garrett 


19.2 


1 


Harford 


3.5 





Howard 


7.8 





Kent 


3.4 





Montgomery 


11.5 


1 


Prince George's 


9.5 


4 


Queen Anne ' s 


2.1 





St. Mary's 


2.5 





Somerset 


14.2 





Talbot 


. j 





Washington 


8.3 


1 


Wicomico 


1.7 





Worcester 


8.2 


1 



(2) 



STATE 



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26 



65 



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3 





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1 


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2 


4 





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6 


9 


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7 



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(2) 



Land classified as recreational or open space land as proportion 
of all land (does not include water areas) . 

The C&O Canal National Historic Park runs through Montgomery, 
Frederick, Washington and Allegany Counties. 



Source: Maryland Department of State Planning, Office of Comprehensive 
Policy Planning, unpublished outdoor recreation area data. 
Maryland Department of Economic and Community Development, 
Office of Tourist Development, Maryland Outdoor Recreation 
& Campgrounds Guide , 1983. 



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